First Team

Manager sees improvement

15th February 2014

Gary Locke can see his side improving after precious point gained in Inverness makes it four league games unbeaten in a row.

Gary Locke has praised his players for holding Inverness CT to a draw and making it four Premiership games unbeaten in a row.

The Jambos held out for a 0-0 draw in the highlands and the manger wants his side to build upon the good league form they've been showing recently.

Speaking at full time, Gary said: "I think it was a fair result. The weather conditions played a big part in how it went in the first half, when Inverness probably had the better of it. But I felt we had the better of the second half, so all in all a draw was probably a fair result.

"The pitch wasn't the greatest in terms of trying to get the ball and get it moving but in the second half we had the elements in our favour, with the wind behind us. We then moved the ball quicker and got it forward quicker and created three or four really good chances.

"Overall, it's a difficult place to come. We came up here earlier on in the season and we got totally outplayed, so I think you can see that there's definitely been an improvement there and that's the fourth game in a row that we're unbeaten in the league.

"It's something that we've got to build on. It was a difficult place to come and I thought we did really well."