Striker confident side can bounce back after break
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.