Dundee boss Paul Hartley admits his side are still not the finished article after the big changes to his playing personnel in the summer.
The Dark Blues manager brought in a whole host of new faces to replace others heading for the Dens Park exit.
That overhaul seemed to have the desired effect when Dundee started the season on fire, winning 4-0 at Kilmarnock.
However, since then results have been mixed and Hartley is still looking for his players to go on a consistent winning run.
When asked if his team was still a work in progress, he said: “I would say so.
“Injuries haven’t helped also. The league is pretty tight, though and the gap to the top is not so big.
“If we manage a winning run of games, we will be where we want to be. We have not really lost a lot of matches this season.
“What we have struggled for is consistency, which is something we hope to put right after the international break.”