Keeper con­fi­dent boss’ meth­ods will come good

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and cre­ate chances has, Bain feels, also been a help.

“He wants you to play out from the back and through the lines at times. He’s made that clear to us and come out and said so.

“That helps be­cause he’s shown he will take the re­spon­si­bil­ity and it means the boys can go out and be brave on the ball.”

He cer­tainly be­lieves that has helped young de­fend­ers like Kerr Wad­dell and Jack Hendry to have the con­fi­dence to go out and show what bright prospects they are.

“We’ve been play­ing with a young back f our but I’ve been re­ally im­pressed with how they have been will­ing to take the ball, be brave and take chances.

“It helps that peo­ple know it’s the way we’ve been told to play and even more so be­cause I think peo­ple have seen there’s been an im­prove­ment in our play and, in the ma­jor­ity of the games, we have played well.”

An es­tab­lished Premier­ship per­former him­self, Bain knows other in­gre­di­ents go to mak­ing a suc­cess­ful top-flight team and ac­knowl­edges to­mor­row’s vis­i­tors have them.

“This is my fourth sea­son here and St John­stone have played pretty much the same way all that time and a lot of the play­ers have been there for a while as well.

“That con­sis­tency is part of the rea­son why they’ve been suc­cess­ful. We’ve had a big turn around of play­ers and it means you are adapt­ing to get­ting used to the way each other play.

“There’s been dif­fer­ent mes­sages in that time, but now it is time for us to get over that and the way we’re work­ing I be­lieve we will.”

Scott Bain is hop­ing Dundee will bounce back from their Ibrox de­feat.

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