Last Updated: Mon, 16 Jan 2012 17:12
Motherwell's Keith Lasley has called upon his fellow team-mates to improve on their recent form, following their defeat to Inverness.
Currently the Fir Park side have declined since their brilliant start, which found them sitting in second, to now languishing in fourth, behind the Old Firm and Hearts.
And the experienced Lasley has put this down to too many of his team-mates slacking slightly since the early season, but has insisted that he is confident that the Seelmen can turn it around and climb up the SPL table, starting with their match against Dundee United on Saturday.
"We've been up there in second and then third but dropping in to fourth place isn't the worst for us," he said.
"It's disappointing when we've been third for a long time and we wanted to stay there for as long as we could so when you do drop a place it's not nice.
"But we still feel we're in a reasonably strong position and I'm sure we can get back on track soon. We've got to pick ourselves up now and look forward to next week."
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