Plugging leaks is Blue Toon’s priority
Jason Brown wants Peterhead to become hard to beat again after a leaky spell at the back.
The Blue Toon have conceded four goals in two of their last three games, falling to defeats at Raith Rovers and Montrose in the process.
It goes in contrast to their defensive form heading into the new season, with two clean sheets against Dundee and Caley Thistle in the Betfred Cup and then on the opening day against League 1 title favourites Falkirk.
The defeat against Montrose gave the Gable Endies their first win of the season and kept Peterhead in eighth, with nine points from their eight games.