PAT FENLON admits he's concerned by the lack of goals from his Hibernian side -- just one in the last four games -- as they slumped to defeat against Ross County
Ivan Sproule scored the only goal of the game as Hibs went down 1-0, maintaining a run of form that's seen Fenlon's side win just once in their last nine games, though they do remain just three points off second place in the SPL table.
"You're concerned when you are not scoring goals - we gave one chance away and we lost the game," said Fenlon.
"There was very little in it. We didn't have that sharpness or cutting edge tonight when we needed to create more chances.
"We had a lot of forward players on the pitch. We should have been able to do it. We did all right in the first half, there was nothing in the game. We had enough of the ball but we didn't create enough chances," added the Dubliner.