Dundee’s interim boss Neil McCann was left “embarrassed” by the Dark Blues’ 4-0 defeat to Hamilton, with his future still unclear.
The Sky Sports pundit, previously a winger for Dundee, took over at Dens Park after seven defeats had left them second-bottom.
Two wins and a draw in his first three games secured safety.
However, following a 2-0 home defeat to Inverness in midweek, Dundee were well off the pace again in Lanarkshire.
McCann will be in the Sky Sports studio on Sunday for the final Ladbrokes Premiership afternoon of the season and for the William Hill Scottish Cup final the following week, as well as the Scotland versus England World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park on June 10.
The former Rangers, Hearts and Scotland player will discuss his future with Sky and Dundee in the coming weeks but he was still raw after his second successive defeat.
He said: “I am embarrassed to be part of it because I am part of it.
“It doesn’t sit well with me.
“I have heard loads of people saying ‘well done for keeping Dundee up’.
“It is great to come back and keep the club in the Premiership but I didn’t enjoy any of the last two games and certainly not that today.
“Sky have been great to allow me to step out of my job and to come and try achieve something with the club.
“I did that after three games with the help of the guys and everyone connected to the club but that hurts a lot.”