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“It is up to me to try to keep my place.” Mc Kenna spent last season at struggling Ayr United in a frustrating loan spell that yielded just 14 starts as the club finished rock bottom and relegated from the Championship.

“Everyone being out in Dubai when I was at Ayr didn’t make it worse as I was on loan to gain experience.” Whilst he was struggling to get a start for a team rooted at the bottom of the Championship last season and the Reds were in Dubai, did he have any doubts?“Aye, there were doubts but I always just worked harder and hoped things would come good,” he said.“Thankfully, I was in for the next game and we kept a clean sheet.“I know that I can’t take my foot off the gas or let my standards drop because as soon as I do I will be the one out of the team and someone will be back in to replace me.“I remember the turn of the year as I played against Queen of the south in a boring 0-0 draw down at Palmerston in the absolute freezing cold, in horrendous wind.

“When Aberdeen were out in Dubai I played against Falkirk away in a 1-1 draw and I gave away a penalty.” Mc Kenna rattled off the dates and scores of those games from last season as if they were burned in his mind.“If you look at the first half of 2017 I was struggling a wee bit and was out on loan at Ayr,” he said.“I wasn’t playing every week and I also wasn’t playing well.The change in situation is not lost on the Scotland U21 skipper.He said: “I missed the trip to Dubai last year as I was out on loan, so this was something I was really looking forward to.Which is why he is ready to scrap to retain his place in the team – and the hard work continues in Dubai.