TOMMY WRIGHT has stated that St Johnstone must now look forward to Saturday’s match with Hibs and hope that they can put their six-matches without a win and without a goal behind them.
The 54-year-old has said that his Saints side must use the international break as a marker to move on from as they look to rectify their poor string of games, which hasn’t seen them score since September.
“You have to look back and learn which is what we’ve done. But it’s time to look forward now.
“We are only four points off Motherwell.
“It has been a rough time lately but we’re all positive.
“It has been a tough schedule, we have played a lot of the top teams and we haven’t picked up the points we’re capable of.
“It hasn’t been nice but we are all very much together, my belief in the players is the same – I still believe in them strongly.”
Saints were beaten comprehensively by Celtic, 4-0, the week before and now, Wright hopes that his players can use the Hibs game as an opportunity to prove that their work is paying off.