Striker con­fi­dent side can bounce back af­ter break

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lease of life un­der man­ager Ste­vie Clarke and most re­cently picked up a 2-1 win over Hearts at Mur­ray­field

Haber be­lieves the in­ter­na­tional break can only work in Dundee’s favour.

He said: “We look at in­ter­na­tional break as a pos­i­tive.

“It gives us time to rest, re­group, come back sharp and look at how we can pick up points.

“We’ve had a few re­sults on the bounce now with­out a win.

“The per­for­mances are there but it’s about fin­ish­ing in the fi­nal third and keep­ing clean sheets. You need a com­bi­na­tion of the two.”

The 28-year-old’s equaliser against the Leith side was his first league goal of the sea­son.

Al­though points have been hard to the come by, Haber be­lieves the mood in the Dundee camp is good de­spite the slump.

He added: “You can al­ways im­prove and want to do more. I’m al­ways hard on my­self but I’m sure all play­ers are the same.

“You want to play the best you can and do your best for the team.

“If I’m scor­ing goals for the team that’s a bonus but there’s a lot more to the game be­ing a striker than scor­ing goals.

“We’re all a hard-work­ing group. The ca­ma­raderie is good, ev­ery­one’s got a pos­i­tive at­ti­tude.

“There’s no is­sues there, it’s all about on a Satur­day, get­ting that fin­ish­ing touch and get­ting re­sults.

“We’ve got good enough play­ers to be much higher than where we are.”

The Dark Blues striker watches his header hit the net against Hibs.

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