Former Dundee stalwart Gary Irvine believes Dens boss Paul Hartley could do with another striking addition to fire the Dark Blues to safety this season.
The full-back came back to haunt the club where he plied his trade for six years on Saturday, skippering St Mirren to a shock Scottish Cup success.
It was a sweet return to the City of Discovery for Irvine who continues to keep tabs on his former side.
And he believes Dundee have still not fully filled the void left by the summer departures of striking duo Greg Stewart and Kane Hemmings.
He said: “I have been keeping an eye on Dundee’s results all season.
“They have been a bit up and down which is the same with all the sides at that end of the league.
“It’s just getting that wee bit of consistency to push on for points, picking them up at home.
“Hopefully they can do that and I am sure they will.
“The whole season, Paul has been getting asked questions about Kane and Greg, trying to replace them.
“I think they are still needing one more.
“Marcus Haber has done well since he came in. He is a handful and is a strong player but I think they could still do with another player to help him up top to score goals and create stuff as well.
“It’s always nice coming back to Dens.
“I got a good reception. Everybody has been good to me.
“One Dundee supporters club even gave me a flag after the game.”