Mark Brown tells Hibernian TV about his mindset towards Sunday's crucial SPL match at St Mirren (29 April, kick off 3.15pm) and how he is aiming to seize his opportunity now he has been restored to the team.
The 31-year-old came off the bench at Hampden and made some vital saves to ensure Hibernian defeated Aberdeen in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final.
Now Brown has been given an uninterrupted sequence of starts to show the Hibee Nation his merits as a goalkeeper; scheduled to continue with Sunday's trip to Paisley.
Speaking exclusively to Hibernian TV, Brown said: "The thing is not to panic too much. The result against Kilmarnock was disappointing. It was a game where we felt we could have taken something from it.
"But there were plenty of positives, so as a squad we have to take those positives into Sunday's game and also work on improving our weaknesses.
"We know there were things that we could've done better and we'll work hard this week on improving our performance and getting a result on Sunday."
Brown also talks about his training regime, his background in the game and how he is readjusting to life back in the starting line-up.
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