The Dingwall side were one of the most resolutely defensively last season but 17 goals shipped in eight games means they have conceded more than any other club this term. After watching the weekend defeat by Motherwell, the manager thinks he can solve the problem.
"We need to defend better but not as a unit," he said. "It is individual players who have to stop mistakes. We are on top in a match and then a mistake happens. At the moment, we're getting punished repeatedly for those. We have to eradicate that and the players are well aware.
"Video analysis helps in that regard, showing the players where we've gone wrong and where we have to improve. But it also shows them where they are going right. There is excitement in the way we're creating and we have good options. I'm happy with middle to front."