The 22-year old Republic of Ireland forward scored twice as Caley drew 3-3 with St Mirren on Saturday but is of firm belief that Terry Butcher's men can improve on their current position of fifth.
"I know people are saying it's a bad run," he told BBC Scotland.
"We're all disappointed as we didn't play as well as we can do in the second half.
"When you go ahead twice in a game, you feel that you should go on and win it.
"But we've made the 30-point barrier now, which was a big aim for us.
"It's taken longer to get there than it should have, but we're there now. Hopefully we can kick on now."