Caley Thistle midfielder David Carson feels the Highlanders will take some stopping when their attackers are on song.
Inverness cruised to a 5-0 victory over Morton on Friday to leapfrog the Greenock outfit, although they still trail early pacesetters Dundee United by five points.
Forwards James Keatings, Jordan White and Nikolay Todorov were among the goalscorers at Caledonian Stadium, and Carson is confident Caley Jags have the firepower to remain firmly in contention.
Carson said: “We are an attacking team. We have got really good players in that final third. Thankfully it came off on Friday.
“We did the same things as other games, but once we got the goal we knew Morton had to come out.
“We knew if we kept doing the right things chances would come.
“Thankfully we took them.
“We have had a lot of chances in games, even though they have been quite tight. Even in the Dundee game we had quite a few chances in the last 15 minutes.
“It’s pleasing we have taken them and we got all those goals.
“The players that got the goals are the players we need to be hitting the net, which is key.
“We are delighted with that.”
Englishman Carson has slotted into a holding midfield role alongside James Vincent since making the move from Morpeth Town in the summer, with the 23-year-old starting all but one of Caley Jags’ fixtures in all competitions so far.
Carson feels duty-bound to provide the ammunition for Inverness’ attacking outlets, and he added: “I’m enjoying it. It’s credit to the players that are out there – when I’ve got the ball they are making the options for me.
“It shows when we give them the ball in dangerous areas, they are creating chances and scoring goals.
“I’m delighted, and long may that continue.
“I’ve got to keep working hard in training and improving every day.”
Inverness’s emphatic victory against Ton preserved their 100% home record so far this term, and Carson feels the newly-laid surface at Caledonian Stadium is conductive to the slick style of play Robertson wants to deliver, with Morton returning north for Saturday’s Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup tie this weekend.
Former Blackburn Rovers player Carson added: “One of the first things Carl Tremarco said after he had been out before the game was ‘that’s a pitch where we can play.’
“It suited the stuff we work on day-in, day-out.”