Hibernian goalkeeper Ben Williams believes the Edinburgh side’s work ethic can turn the club’s fortunes around.
The summer capture on a free transfer from Colchester United believes Hibs have to give their all in every game to impose themselves on a tight SPL.
The 30-year-old, who began his career as a trainee at Manchester United, said there is work still to be done across the team, but he insists that the attitude of the players is the key factor in Hibs’ bright start to the SPL.
Ahead of the trip to face Aberdeen at Pittodrie, Williams said: “It’s just a matter of making sure you’re still in games, you make your presence known and try to play to your tempo to control as much of the game as you can.
“Obviously you can’t control it all but it’s up to us to go to places like Aberdeen and Inverness and play like we did at Celtic, and give a good account of ourselves.
“If the result doesn’t come our way then as long as we can walk off the pitch and say we’ve done our best, rolled out sleeves up and worked as hard as we possibly could, the no-one can complain.”