Hamilton boss Billy Reid has backed his team to play their way out of relegation trouble. Accies go into Wednesday's game at Kilmarnock in good shape, having got key players back from injury in recent weeks and embarking on a four-match unbeaten run.
"I have been delighted with the way we've been playing," said Reid.
"After the St Mirren game someone said to me that people will probably think that, because there's only one goal in the game, it must have been a poor game.
"But the games have been free-flowing, I'm really happy with how we're playing.
"Everyone else talks about relegation dogfights and scrapping for points, but that's not the way it is. "I think we are playing well. I did say when Mickael (Antoine-Curier) came back we would score goals and that has proven to be the case. We are heading in the right direction."