Different Views On Draw
Updated Monday, 24th October 2011
Jim McIntyre is confident his side can stay in the SPL
He said: "It was important that we stemmed the tide of the recent bad results, so I was pleased with that and the attitude of the players was superb. You see them in training every day and they work hard day in, day out. There's probably been two performances this season that have not been acceptable, but in every game the boys have given everything and I can't ask for anything more than that. Of course I want that little bit more quality at times, but if we continue to keep showing that kind of work rate then we'll be fine."
Not for the first time this season, Caley Thistle manager Butcher was left to worry about yet another inconsistent performance in which his side shone in some spells, yet struggled in others. The fans made their feelings known after the final whistle, and Butcher can full understand their frustrations. He said: "The fans pay their money and are entitled to their opinion. If I'd paid to watch that then I would have been very disappointed as well. We've had tantalising glimpses of what this team can do this season and once again against Dunfermline for periods of the match we were great. However, in others we weren't so great, so it's now about trying to put it all together for a full 90 minutes."