Dundee captain Charlie Adam thinks the 5-0 thrashing by Ross County on Wednesday night was the worst of his Dens Park career as he challenged his teammates to “roll the sleeves up” against St Mirren tomorrow.

Few were expecting such a comprehensive win for the Staggies at Dens Park and Adam knows his teammates won’t have it easy this weekend when they make the trip to Paisley.

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The former Rangers, Liverpool and Scotland star admits there’s nobody who can have any complaints if they find themselves dropped at the SMISA Stadium, calling on his Dundee colleagues to take a look at their own performances.

“Once you have a defeat, it’s all about how you respond to it,”Adam said

“It’s not easy going to St Mirren so we have to roll the sleeves up. We were that bad the manager could’ve changed eleven at half time.

“Now we’ll see if it can be fixed on Saturday. Nobody will have a gripe if they are not playing.

“We’ve got to be ready and prepared. Individually we’ve got to look at ourselves.

“It’s the worst since I’ve been at the football club.”

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