By Tom Mackinnon
DUNDEE midfielder Mark O’Hara has insisted things can’t get much worse at Dens and the squad are rallying around under-fire gaffer Neil McCann.
“Everybody’s very together and obviously it’s not ideal how we’ve started but I think the way everyone’s come together things are only going to get better” said the 21-year-old.
Saturday’s 0-0 draw Kilmarnock looks to be a turning point according to the ex-Kilmarnock man: ”Over the course of the break we worked on the defensive side of things together and I think that was evident on Saturday as we worked as a unit.
“It’s really starting to show now as everyone’s much more used to it and comfortable with McCann’s style. The more we do it the performances will improve and hopefully the results will follow.
“We shouldn’t be where we are with the squad that we have and the quality that we have. “
McCann’s men are currently in a torrid run of form, without a win in their last six games, their only point coming in the, aforementioned, draw with Kilmarnock. A failure to win tonight against Rangers would see the Dark Blues without a win for two calendar months.