Jim Duffy spoke to the official website on the eve of the Bully Wee's clash with Arbroath at Gayfield...
"We're not going to get carried away with one win and a draw and we'll be asking the team to continue to give what they have given over the last couple of matches. The attitude of the squad has been the most pleasing aspect of our time here so far.
"I talked about regaining respect and that remains what we want to do. Fans can accept defeat but only if the players have given it their all for the jersey, nothing less will do. Mistakes happen and supporters can put up with that but if they are travelling home after the game, not convinced that the players have given it their all then that is unacceptable.
"Tomorrow will be a very tough match again. Arbroath are on an excellent run but we will do our best to build on what we have achieved to date."
The squad for tomorrow is boosted by the return of Marc McCusker following suspension, with Gavin Brown also available after signing on today.