Dundee United defender Keith Watson has targeted cup glory after following his contract extension with victory over a dangerous Queen of the South side.
United edged past the previously unbeaten Irn-Bru Second Division leaders thanks to Johnny Russell's first-half goal, but they had to withstand sustained second-half pressure.
Watson had signed a new contract the day before the game, tying him to Tannadice until 2015. And the 22-year-old believes he can add to his 2010 Scottish Cup winners' medal before his contract expires.
"I think we have a good enough team to go and win a cup," Watson said. "I think we have a chance, definitely."
The right-back has been happy with his season so far, which started with him scoring in the 2-2 Europa League draw with Dinamo Moscow.
"I have played every game so far this season," he said. "I'm enjoying playing first-team football and hopefully I can keep my place in the team.
"Last season I didn't play as much first-team football as I would have liked. This season I have played every game. I just want to play football. If I'm in the team here every week then I'm happy.
"The club stood by me through injuries and have been good to me. It was good to repay the favour by signing an extension.
"It's always a worry when your contract is coming to an end.
"It's good to get it sorted so I can just concentrate on my football."