Caley Thistle midfielder Ross Draper has vowed to make amends for a disappointing second half of the season for the Highlanders.
Caley Jags won six of their 20 games in the Scottish Premiership in 2014 as they dropped from second place to fifth in the division.
The club’s hopes of qualifying for Europe for the first time in its history evaporated due to the slump and Draper knows there can be no repeat next season under manager John Hughes.
He said: “We’re disappointed and frustrated at the way the season panned out.
“The manager has come in and wants to tweak the way we play and it has taken us time to adjust.
“Part of that was due to the amount of games we had to play but pre-season this summer will be massive for us.
“It’s a chance to really work on the style the manager wants us to adopt and we have to come out strongly next season again.
“We showed in the first half of the season what we can do and it’s important we produce it for the whole campaign next term.”