Robbie Neilson was disappionted with Friday's draw in Inverness and admits improvements are needed ahead of what he describes as a massive game against Dundee next weekend.
The Jambos were held to a 1-1 draw in the Highlands after Liam Boyce cancelled out Miles Storey's opener.
Speaking to Hearts TV after the match, Robbie said:
"Boyce took his strike well but i think there's alot more to come from everyone in the team. We're in a lull at the moment that we need to get through quickly and turn things round," he explained.
"It was very disappointing to lose such a poor goal. A direct ball, a couple of flick ons that we didn't deal with.
"It's small details. A slack touch here, a slack pass there. We just can't have that here, we're going for titles and these are games we should expect to win. There's a bit of slackness in the play at times.
"Saturday is massive for us, coming off the back of three draws. It's disappointing to go from three straight wins into three straight draws and although we're unbeaten in six we want to be picking up maximum points in every game."