Hibernian manager Neil Lennon wasn’t holding back after his side went down to a 1-0 defeat to Motherwell.
Despite the presence of new arrival Ryan Gauld in the side, the Easter Road side failed to create many chances in the game, and the former Celtic manager was livid after the loss.
“We dominated the second half but failed to score again. We had a few chances to get back in the game but we are failing at the minute” Lennon told the Scotsman.
The latest loss at Fir Park, on the back of the 1-0 loss to Hearts in the Edinburgh Derby, has saw Hibs remain in the bottom half of the Scottish Premiership table, sitting currently in eigth place.
That will be a disappointment to the Easter Road support.
They saw the team finish fourth last season in their first season back in Scotland’s top flight following promotion.
Lennon still has time to fix the situation though.
The transfer window has a week left to run, and the Northern Irishman will be hoping to find a solution to fix a problem which is threatening to derail the season.
The addition of Gauld from Sporting Lisbon is certianly a good start, but Lennon will know after the loss to Motherwell more additions are needed.