Dundee boss Paul Hartley sees no need to panic after the Dens Park club went bottom of the Premiership despite a “terrific performance” on Saturday.
The Dark Blues were defeated 2-0 by Hearts but struck the woodwork no less than four times in the game.
Their winless run has now reached eight but Hartley was enthused rather than demoralised by what he witnessed at Tynecastle.
He said: “We don’t want to be where we are in the table but if the players keep performing like that things will turn around.
“It’s a fine line and we’re just one result away. I felt it was a really terrific performance.
“We came here against a really strong team and hit the woodwork four times.
“It shows we’re doing something right and we just have to take our chances.
“We have to be a bit more clinical because they were brilliant chances and we had others in the game.”