Last Updated: Wed, 20 May 2009 15:58
Dougie Imrie believes the rest of the SPL want Inverness to go down because they hate travelling up north to play them.
Caley could be relegated if they get beat by Falkirk on Saturday and winger Imrie thinks the rest of the league are hoping they do go down to avoid the long drive to the Highlands next season.
"It seems like everyone else wants us to go down because they don't like travelling up here," he said in the Scottish Sun. "I honestly don't know why. After all we're the ones who have to do all the travelling.
"Others moan about it, but we face long journeys every other week. Other teams only have to come here twice a season."
Imrie insists Inverness are ready for Saturday's clash and they are determined to secure the victory that would see them stay up.
"The players want to play in The SPL so we will be going out on Saturday doing everything we can to win the game," he added.
"The mood is good and we know how big a game it is going to be on Saturday."
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