Dylan Levitt firmly believes that positive results will come if the Hibees continue to perform in the same way.
Hibs face Kilmarnock in the cinch Premiership at Easter Road on Saturday (3pm kick-off) looking to get back to winning ways.
In the last two league outings the Hibees have led with late goals denying them from adding extra points to their league total.
When speaking to Hibs TV, Levitt showed his frustration with recent results but also expressed why he believes the team will turn it around.
“After the game on Wednesday everyone was frustrated, angry, and disappointed with the result. When we reviewed the game, we knew we should’ve won the game. Fine margins are costing us, but when we cut those out, we will start taking three points, and the chances that we’ve been creating will start turning into goals.
“We couldn’t wait to get back on the pitch on Thursday and prepare to try and get three points on Saturday.
“We’ve dominated the last few games we’ve played at Easter Road and on Saturday if we take the chances that we create, then we’ve got a good chance of getting three points.”
The Welsh international has started the Club’s last three matches in all competitions and is now feeling fit and healthy after an injury lay-off.
Since the introduction of Nick Montgomery as Head Coach, the role of our central midfielders has altered slightly, but Levitt admitted how much he’s enjoying his new role.
“I’ve loved it. When the gaffer came in and laid down the system he wants to play and the foundations he wants from every player; as a midfielder you’re excited.
“You want to get on the ball as much as possible, to play forward, be involved in the build-up, and to try and get goals.”