BOSS Derek McInnes today insisted there is no “magic formula” for getting back to winning ways – it just takes hard graft.
The Dons are set to travel to Ross County tomorrow on the back of three straight defeats.
It is the first time in McInnes’ two-and-a-half years at Pittodrie that the Reds have lost three successive games.
Premiership leaders Aberdeen were shocked 5-1 by St Johnstone in their last outing.
Tomorrow’s game offers the chance to open up a four-point gap over defending champions Celtic, who play on Saturday.
And McInnes urged the Dons to dig deep to take the opportunity.
He said: “There’s no magic formula – it all comes down to working harder to improve on what happened in the St Johnstone game.
“But we will go to Ross County hopeful of delivering a good strong Aberdeen performance that can help us win the game.
“We will have to do certain things better than we did in our last game if we hope to do that.”