St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas has laid down the gauntlet for his players to back up their win over Celtic with a positive performance against Ross County.
Saints came from behind to beat the SPL champions 2-1 at McDiarmid Park on Saturday and now the Northern Irishmen wants his players to end the Staggies’ 40-match unbeaten league run.
He said: “I think any win makes training a lot more enjoyable and obviously the manner to come back especially after such an early setback was very positive.
“It will count for nothing if we don’t produce the same kind of performance and hopefully get a result against Ross County who are bang in form.
“At the end of the day we have been putting in good performances but we took our chances on Saturday which made a big difference.
“What a great run Ross County have been on and they have been an absolute credit to the club and themselves.
“It’s going to be tough and if you get anything up there then they make you work hard for it.”