Attacker David Moyo believes the sides performance in the dominating victory against Motherwell has set the standard for the rest of the season.
He said: “The morale is high, we have set our standards now. The aim is obviously to keep winning games and getting points on the board.
“Every game we go into we want to play on the front foot, our last couple of matches have added confidence to that. If we can keep on producing results it will put a lot of pressure on those around us.”
The Zimbabwean international believes it is important that this starts with our match against St Mirren.
He said: “We go here with the desire to put them under pressure. From the first whistle we want them to know they are in a game and make it as difficult as possible for them.”
Moyo believes the unity in the Accies squad has played a massive part in our recent success.
The 26-year-old said: “There is obviously a big responsibility to score goals, that is a team effort. As a striker a lot of your job is relying on service and equally when we don’t have the ball the onus is on us to defend from the front and make things difficult.”
With new signing Bruce Anderson and Marios Ogkmpoe starting the last two matches Moyo believes the competition for places will help him improve as a player.
He said: “Obviously we all want to play every minute of every game but as a player I have to respect whatever the gaffer decides and keep working hard and enjoy the challenge in training.
“That means when the opportunities come I have to take them but the main aim is to help the team in any way I can.”