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Matt Keith was pleased to get the win over Asiago to win the Aladdin Cup, but insists there is work to be done.
The Canadian, of Scots parentage, scored a key goal as Ryan Finnerty's men overcame Saturday's loss to clinch the cup on penalty shots.
And he says he's happily settling into life in Glasgow as well as alongside his new team-mates.
Keith said: "It was good to get the win ahead of the game with Belfast coming up, but there's plenty still to do this week.
"It's all about working hard, bettering yourself and working on your game. You have to focus on these things.
"At this time of the year, it's all about getting better and it doesn't matter who you're playing and that mentality can't change.
"Since we arrived, we've been treated really well so far and we're enjoying being here so far.
"So far, the guys here are a good group and the ones that were here last year, you can see why the coach wanted them back."