Level of play should boost confidence
We’ve been playing great, we really have. Our performances against Morton, Ross County and Queen of the South have been good but we have not had that clinical edge up front.
Both teams came out the traps and it was a good end-to-end game for 20 minutes, but we started to boss it after that.
We had some really good chances and hit the post, and I thought “here we go again”.
We just needed that little bit of quality in the final third and I was wondering whether we would get it, but when the ball came in from Sean Welsh Jordan White got on the end of it and it was a great header.
We spoke to the players about being on the front foot and we did that, creating a great chance through Aaron Doran, who was brilliant, but he missed it.
From there I feared the nerves would kick in but we saw it out.
Charlie Trafford went on and shored the team up a bit and we did what we needed to do. The way we have been playing should give us confidence and I hope it does.
I speak to my brother a lot and he tells me I sound like a broken record at times as we play really well, miss loads of chances and lose games, and that’s what has happened.
Aaron Doran was brilliant but missed a great chance, according to Caley Thistle manager John Robertson