Dundee boss Paul Hartley insists that if his side can discover a more ruthless streak, then next season will be one to remember for the club’s fans.
The Dark Blues created a whole host of chances against Kilmarnock last night but could only convert one of them through Rory Loy.
Their profligacy in front of goal came back to haunt them when Conrad Balatoni equalised for the visitors.
While delighted with much of Dundee’s play, Hartley was left feeling frustrated that his side did not take all three points.
The manager said: “We had enough chances to win the game by four or five.
“Certainly in the first-half the game should have been out of sight.
“First-half was excellent, our play was brilliant, combination, movement, everything.
“Second-half wasn’t quite the same and we lost a really bad goal. We didn’t pick up people in the box.
“But we certainly had enough chances to win the game.
“I think we had four one-on-ones and we just didn’t finish the game off.
“It is something we really have to address next season especially at home finishing off teams.
Hartley added: “We have been excellent at times and we have been indifferent in some performances.
“We have a fantastic forward line and if we can turn chances into goals and keep clean sheets, I am sure we will have a really good season.
“We just have to dust ourselves down and prepare for the game on Saturday against Inverness.
“We want to finish seventh and we know what we have to do and go up there to get a result.”
Kane Hemmings is a doubt for the game in Inverness after nicking his hamstring.