Prince Buaben believes another sell-out Tynecastle crowd can help roar his team to victory over league leaders Aberdeen this Sunday.
Following their flying start to the season, Hearts have suffered defeat in their last two games – but Prince insists there’s no sign of panic within the camp.
“It’s still early in the season. Yes we’ve lost two games but there’s so many games left to play. All teams go through spells like that, it won’t be a problem for us.”
Prince and his teammates will take to the field in front of another sell-out Tynecastle crowd, and the midfield maestro believes that could well be the key to another maroon victory.
“Playing at Tynecastle in front of a sold out crowd is great for the boys, it gives us such a boost. These are the games you want to play in, you want to do well for the team and fans and hopefully on Sunday we’ll go out and get a result.”
The Dons haven’t picked up a victory at Tynecastle since 2010, but Prince is well aware of the dangers posed by the Pittodrie side.
“They’re a good organized team, they work hard and we’ll have to play well on the day. We’ve got a good record against them and hopefully one that can be extended. Our game is about passing the ball and keeping possession, so if we do that well then we can beat any team.”