Ratings for each player's performance in yesterday's draw with Ayr United.
LEE ROBINSON 7 Excellent block save from the Moff in the first half, then had an on-field argument with Lee Ashcroft before half time and as the teams left the pitch.
JAMES CRAIGEN 6 Booked for a robust challenge in the first half. Solid defensively, did his job.
DANNY DEVINE 7 Together with Lee Ashcroft, kept Lawrence Shankland quiet - until that late sitter - and has improved with each passing game over the past few weeks.
LEE ASHCROFT 7 Looked more like a captain yesterday - resolute in defence and tried to get involved in attacks from set pieces. Argued with his goalkeeper which should have been kept indoors.
JACKSON LONGRIDGE 6 Had space to attack up the left with no left winger in the changing 4-1-3-2 and then 4-3-3 formations. Early season form has shaded but still a consistent performer.
JAMES VINCENT 6 Employed as a sitting midfielder in the first half before playing in a central 3 in the second period. One of his better games, breaking up play.
TOM BEADLING 6 Still more to come - hopefully - from Beadling, whose return to fitness is a welcome development for the team.
JOE THOMSON 7 Runs all day, works incredibly hard for the team. Just missed out on this site's Man of the Match but definitely the team's best player over the past month.
KALLUM HIGGINBOTHAM 7 No disciplinary issues, some great passes and pieces of skill that set him apart from every other player in the squad. My Man of the Match.
AIDAN KEENA 6 A player who gets into scoring positions and who is mature beyond his 19 years.
FAISSAL EL BAKHTAOUI 5 It's just not happening for Faissal. A return to Dundee should be looked into, if possible, which I take no pleasure in suggesting.
MYLES HIPPOLYTE 5 On for Faissal, put himself about but no chances to get that elusive goal.
The match report from yesterday's game can be read here.