Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon believes his side are showing signs of progress after their opening SPL defeat to Dundee United.
The Easter Road side went down 3-0 at Tannadice in their first match of the campaign but have responded by drawing with city rivals Hearts before beating St Mirren 2-1 in Paisley.
A goal in each half from Leigh Griffiths sealed the win and Fenlon feels the on-loan Wolves man is developing a fine partnership with Eoin Doyle.
"I was delighted with the performance especially in the first half when we passed the ball well," said the Hibs boss.
"Saints changed their shape in the second half but I then thought we defended well. And at the other end Griffiths and Eoin Doyle are forming a good partnership and always looked a threat."
The Irishman took the blame for his team’s loss to United and says he has been impressed with the attitude of his squad in the past two weeks.
Fenlon added: "Sometimes a manger has to accept the responsibility of the tactics being wrong and I think I got it wrong at Tannadice.
"After losing heavily in the (Scottish) Cup final (against Hearts last season) and then losing by three to Dundee United the players have shown tremendous character in their last two games."