St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson was thrilled with his side’s 1-0 win over Kilmarnock at a misty McDiarmid Park.
Danny McNamara was the matchwinner, slamming home a terrific shot on 70 minutes to claim all three points for the hosts.
Davidson said: “If you watch the games we have played we have actually dominated those matches.
“Even in the Celtic game I felt we played very well.
“I said to them after the (Killie) game, when you open them up and get space to play, it’s about having the composure and discipline to do it.
“We limited their chances – I don’t remember too many of their attempts.
“I am pleased for the lads that we are now getting the goals that the performances have deserved.
“It was a big game for us .
“It takes us a little bit away from the foot of the table and puts us into that middle bunch of clubs.”
Asked if he had concerns that fog would stop play, Davidson replied: “No but I couldn’t see any of the decisions so that meant I couldn’t have a go at the linesman!
“It was fine.
“I think the mist came down a little bit in the second half but there were no worries from me.”
Killie boss Kilmarnock Alex Dyer was understandably disappointed to take nothing from the match.
He said: “We were flat. I think they were as well – it was always going to be 1-0 or a mistake and unfortunately it went to them.”