DEREK McInnes today challenged the Dons to rediscover the form that catapulted them to the top of the Premiership.
League leaders Aberdeen went into the recent international break on a low having suffered a shock 5-1 home defeat to St Johnstone.
It was the third successive loss following reverses to Inverness and Championship side Hibs in the League Cup.
McInnes insists there is no worry about that slump as confidence remains high ahead of Friday evening’s league clash at Ross County.
The Dons boss said: “There is no concern, and the spirit among the players is good
“Sometimes bad results happen, and we are just keen to get back to wining ways as quickly as possible.
“Despite the St Johnstone result we are still top of the league and eight points better off than we were at this stage last year.
“At this stage last season we were four points behind Celtic.
“We are now one point ahead of them.
“The players need reminded of what it takes to win games and what we need to be doing better, but we are top of the league.
“We have to keep reminding ourselves of that.
“That’s not to say we should just accept the result in the last game.
“It’s important to take a balanced view of what happened though, and stay focused on doing better in the next game.
“We have shown before we are good enough to win more games than we don’t win. It’s important to get back to that.”