Caley Thistle manager Richie Foran hopes his players have found the answers required to lift the Highlanders out of their early-season slump in today’s Premiership match against St Johnstone.
Inverness are bottom of the table having failed to take a point from their opening three league matches, in which they have conceded 10 goals.
Foran revealed his squad held a talk without him present in the wake of last weekend’s crushing 5-1 defeat by Hearts at Tynecastle and the Irishman hopes the players have got to the bottom of the team’s problems.
Foran said: “There’s no panic. We’re keeping everyone positive. The players had a chat among themselves last week after I left the dressing-room.
“I don’t know what was said – I’ll leave that up to them.
“The boys were hurting but they’ve been great this week. We know we can improve – concentration levels can be much better, finishing can be much better.
“There’s lots to come from us – the best is yet to come.
“I’d say to the supporters as well, keep right behind us because we’re going to get this right.”
Saints have shown impressive consistency in recent seasons, with Tommy Wright’s side aiming for a sixth consecutive top-six finish this season.
Foran, who could hand a debut to French forward Lonsana Doumbouya following his arrival from Belgian side Cercle Brugge this week, hopes his side’s fortunes will change.
He added: “We’re looking forward to it. We are looking at a little change of shape this week, tweaking a couple of things.
“St Johnstone are a really well-organised team. They’ve made a solid start, they’ve been solid for years now.
“They have a real togetherness and play for each other. They don’t know when they’re beaten and you always know you’ve had a battle when you come off the park against them.
“It is going to be a tough game but they know they will be in for a battle as well – they are always close games.
“I believe that win is coming and, hopefully, it will be this weekend.”