Inverness CT hitman Gregory Tade believes his old club Raith Rovers will be a First Division club next season.
The French striker is backing Rovers boss John McGlynn to steer Raith away from the relegation playoff place, where they currently are - two points adrift of Ayr United in ninth place.
McGlynn brought Tade to Stark’s Park from Clyde in 2009 and the 25-year-old scored 13 league goals during his time at the club. Tade then moved to Inverness CT in the summer and has grabbed nine goals this campaign.
Rovers face a tricky run-in to the end of the season starting with an away trip to Ross County. But the striker, who is saddened by the position the club finds itself in, is confident that McGlynn is the man for the job.
“It makes me sad because I still have Raith Rovers in my heart,” Tade said.
“I just hope it’s going to be fine, I’m sure they will be. I know the manager, he’s a great manager, and the assistant as well. I know everybody there.
“I went there a couple of weeks ago, they were different class. They played very well with a good team spirit and the club is run very well. I just hope they are going to avoid the drop.”