ST MIRREN striker Junior Morias reckons it’s just the finer details that have been holding the Buddies back this season.

The Paisley team fell to a third successive league defeat at the weekend as Marcus Fraser’s last-gasp goal handed Ross County all three points with less than 20 seconds remaining.

But despite that defeat and losses against Livingston and Rangers prior to that, former Northampton Town man Morias firmly believes that, if Jim Goodwin’s men continue their hard graft on the training ground, a change in fortunes could be just around the corner.

He said: “The only way we can respond to the losses is, obviously, making it right on Saturday. The boys have put in the work. No-one has come in with their head down. Everyone has come in with their head up and put in the work. We’ve had hard sessions just to make it right for Saturday against Hamilton.

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“We’re working hard to turn the screw and it’s just little finer details. If you fix those, there will be more wins than losses.

“We’ve got to start winning games. We all know that and we are working very hard to turn that around. If you look at the games that we have played, it’s just little details that we need to fix. Once we fix those little details, things will become different.”

The 24-year-old made his first start for the Paisley side at the Global Energy Stadium in Dingwall in a front two with fellow summer recruit Jon Obika.

And while neither could get on the scoresheet, with Obika seeing a goal wrongly chopped off for offside, Morias could tell there was a partnership beginning to form.

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He continued: “It was good playing with big Jon as we’ve got a chemistry going. We train and we link up together, so it’s about trying to implement that and bringing that into games.

“The more we play together, I think it will be a very good partnership.

“He’s a target man, so I play off him. We both hold the ball up well and we both score goals, so it’s destined for good things.”

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