Inverness scorer Munro looking for an open door

Inverness Caledonian Thistle defender Grant Munro is hoping he can attract the eye of a few rival clubs in the final few games of the Scottish Premier League season.

Inverness Caledonian Thistle defender Grant Munro is hoping he can attract the eye of a few rival clubs in the final few games of the Scottish Premier League season.

The 30-year old has been told by Caley boss Terry Butcher that he is being released in the summer and he is now on the lookout for a new club.

Munro started his audition well yesterday with a well-taken goal against title hopes Celtic in Caley’s 3-2 win at home and hopes that kickstarts some interest in him for next season and beyond.

"Hopefully as one door shuts another opens," he said.

And hopefully my dad has taped the goal so I can watch it again!

"It was a good way to go out. It was for my family and friends who have encouraged me.

"It is a difficult time. I have had a few phone calls already so it is good that people want you.

"I wanted to play and I was determined to do a job.

"But I had no point to prove. It is the gaffer's decision and he wants to go in another direction, and it is not just myself, there are other boys going as well.

"I had prepared myself for the bad news but maybe he did me a favour, I was maybe getting stale."

 
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