Caley Thistle assistant manager Scott Kellacher insists the Highlanders have never set up to avoid defeat during their current run of seven draws on the bounce.
Inverness remain unbeaten in 12 league games this season, as part of a club-record run of 23 matches stretching back to March, however John Robertson’s men have not recorded a victory since their 3-2 win over Saturday’s opponents Partick Thistle on September 15.
Despite becoming increasingly frustrated by the sequence, Kellacher says it has not come around through any lack of attacking intent.
Kellacher said: “I know it can be frustrating for the fans, it is certainly frustrating for us.
“We have played well in a lot of the games we have drawn. There have only been one or two where we have been poor, such as away to Alloa. We need to be better than that.
“But the good thing is that home or away, we are going in to win every game. We are not setting up in any games to try and get a draw.
“That’s not the way we play, and the players we’ve got wouldn’t know how to do that either.
“Something we’ve got to try and overcome is trying to break teams down. Teams have come here and sat in, and even when we have gone away from home they have done it and tried to counter us.
“We are trying to adapt to that, in terms of how we try to break teams down. You see it all over, with teams setting up just to try and frustrate.
“We are not getting beaten which is a positive, but we do need to go and try and win games.”
Inverness had been top of the Championship following their last win over Thistle, however their inability to record a win since has seen them fall 10 points adrift of leaders Ayr United.
Kellacher remains confident his side can claw their way back into contention, adding: “It’s still early doors. We have got our sights of where we want to be, but we are taking each game as it comes as well.
“We know we need to go and catch Ayr United and Ross County, while Dundee United are now back in the mix. It is tight between Morton, Queen of the South and ourselves as well.
“Between now and the end of the season there will be a lot of points dropped and gained. Everybody was talking about Dundee United being out of it, but with two wins they are now right back in the pack.
“We are working on the training ground to get it right and if we can get a couple of wins together, here’s hoping we can put ourselves right back in the mix.”