Ian Cathro admits to feeling angry and frustrated with Hearts’ recent results but insists his team are desperate to put things right.
The Jambos host Dundee at Tynecastle tomorrow afternoon as they look to return to winning ways in the Ladbrokes Premiership. Following recent defeats to Celtic and St Johnstone, the Head Coach admits it has been a frustrating period for players, staff and fans like.
Speaking to the media on Friday, Ian said:
“Of course it’s been a difficult week. We’ve not got the results that we’ve wanted.
“There’s no choice in these situations. We have to move forward really quickly and deal with the added pressure.
“Right now it’s about fighting to put on strong performances and victories until the end of the season.
“There’s no drama, there’s no chaos, no turmoil. The truth is we’ve had poor results and that’s what needs to be addressed."
Ian added that he fully understands the disappointment felt by supporters with regards to recent results and is determined to repay them beween now and the end of the season.
“We have probably some of the most powerful and passionate supporters anywhere in Britain, in terms of how they rallied during the club’s darkest moments.
“So in relation to the incredible support this club has, that’s the area where I share the frustration and disappointment of not allowing them to get excited about the things we believe we can achieve.
“That’s the bit that gives me anger and upsets me. It’s up to us to put that right.”