Hibs boss Pat Fenlon banishes Scottish Cup final thoughts

Josh Magennis and Paul Hanlon

Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon insists the Scottish Cup final is "not in my mind" as he seeks to pick up points in the Scottish Premier League run-in.

The Leith side, who were beaten 5-1 by Hearts in last season's final, will take on SPL champions Celtic for the trophy at Hampden at the end of May.

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Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon

"It's one thing I want to get away from because I think last year there was too much focus on it," explained Fenlon after

"We've got massive games."

Fenlon drew the positive of a shut out from the goal-less encounter with the Dons, with Hibs having conceded three goals in each of their previous two matches.

"Clean sheet is the important thing for us," Fenlon told BBC Radio Scotland. "We're pleased with that.

"I don't think it was a classic. I thought we probably had the better chances in the game."

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