Neil Lennon demands more as Hibs climb up to fourth

first_img“Every time we go away from home at the minute the opposition goalkeeper seems to come away with the man of the match performance. The difference this time was we kept a clean sheet. One of these days it will flow and we will win the game more comfortably and I can sit down and enjoy it.“It was important to win because we hadn’t since Ibrox (on August 12). That gets us comfortably in the top six, so it’s been a good week with a semi-final place secured.” Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon saw his side win 1-0 at Ross County and said there was much more to come from his players.A Paul Hanlon goal was enough to earn the visitors three points and Lennon was relieved to have won the game after seeing positive performances fail to translate into results recently.“I am frustrated at times because I know we can play better,” he said.“If we had drawn here I would have been sticking my head in the oven because in our last three games in the league against Dundee, St Johnstone and Motherwell we’ve been the better team for the majority of the game and created clear-cut chances and not taken them.last_img

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