Last Updated: Thu, 04 Feb 2010 14:41
Hamilton boss Billy Reid has guaranteed the club will start picking up the points to pull away from the relegation zone.
Surprise wins for Falkirk at Aberdeen and Kilmarnock at home to Celtic on Tuesday night has seen Accies slip to the foot of the SPL table on goals scored, although they do have a game in hand on the Bairns and two on Killie - who are two points ahead.
The club has now gone eight games without a win but Reid is convinced that having passed a nightmare run of fixtures - which saw them play Celtic twice, Rangers three times and Hibs and Dundee United - as well as signing striker Dougie Imrie, the players will start to get the required results.
"I'm happy with the group of players we've got. We will start picking up points - that I guarantee," he said.
"In terms of effort and endeavour I can't get any more out of my players. If we can keep the players fit we'll be fine.
"If we get our strongest team on the park we will give anybody in this league a game."
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