Aberdeen star Jonny Hayes believes the onus is on the Dons players to turn things around and end their five-game losing run that has seen pressure mount on manager Stephen Glass.

The Dons face Hibs at Pittodrie this weekend looking for their first win in ten games and, despite their abysmal run, the Irishman insists the Aberdeen players are still enjoying coming into training every day.

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Hayes knows results have to turn around quickly though as he hailed the backroom staff for creating a positive environment – now all they need to do is start winning games.

“There’s obviously been errors in games that have cost us,” Hayes said.

“I don’t mean big errors when someone slips up or whatever, just when you’ve seen some of the goals we have conceded, four, five, six small errors, it’s little details we can improve on.

“We have been straight back on the training pitch to work hard and try to rectify the mistakes that have happened.

“We enjoy coming into training every day, brilliant facilities, it is a well-run club, a great environment to work in.

“The only thing lacking is results and points on the table which is obviously the most important thing. So there has to be an onus on the group to turn it around.”

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