“We’ve enjoyed Murrayfield, it’s a fantastic facility, but it does feel more like a neutral venue.
“It feels more like a cup atmosphere at a neutral ground than a home league fixture. To be fair. we’ve had some good results so it hasn’t been too much of a hindrance.”
“It was a difficult evening for us. Their fans were up for it and that’s the sort of backing we’re looking to get when we get back into Tynecastle.”
“Some might enjoy the fact you can’t hear the individual abuse because the stands are so far away from the pitch.
“It might be a little different if it was a capacity 67,000 crowd but when you have a fantastic crowd of 30,000-plus and it’s not even half full, it means you’re missing something.
“Not like at Easter Road when they are right there, down the back of your neck.” Hearts will hope that their revamped stadium will be complete for the run of a staggering six home matches in a row.