Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson insists he was just as disappointed with Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Morton as he was with the 5-0 loss to Ayr.
Of the divide in Greenock, he said: “I was very, very disappointed last week but it was similar at Morton. I think this was a great opportunity. Ross County drew and if we want to get ourselves up the league we need to come here and win. We were in a winning position and we let it slip, that’s the biggest disappointment.
“People say it’s a point at Cappielow but it’s two points dropped for me. We need to get ourselves going and get back to winning ways to try to challenge.
“It was a defensive error for the free-kick before it, we know that was their best opportunity to score against us by putting free-kicks into the box. We can’t give them away in areas where the player is facing the touchline, he’s a yard away from it and we’ve got two people putting pressure on.”
Neilson also revealed he will challenge any ban he receives after being sent to the stand by referee David Munro.