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Dundee United manager Jack Ross is convinced his current players can find some much needed form as he looks for greater hunger and work ethic against Celtic.

Ross admitted there was “nothing imminent” on the transfer front with less than a week until the window shuts as he bids to turn around a poor start to the season against the champions.

United have lost four consecutive games and conceded 14 goals in the last three alone ahead of Sunday’s Scottish Premiership encounter at Tannadice.

“I think we have got a good squad of players here who we haven’t got enough from at the moment,” Ross said. “I need to get more out of them as a manager.

“I think we have enough in the squad to produce better performances and results.

“The obvious thing to say is we need to defend better collectively.

“But the easiest way to do that is by working harder than we have done because that collective work rate hasn’t been there, and I own that responsibility because it’s my job to get the most from my players in terms of those basic parts of the game.

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“And if we do that, we have enough ability in the squad to play well because when we have had the ball this season we have done okay, it’s been without the ball that’s been our biggest challenge.”

United have lost the ball-winning capabilities of Jeando Fuchs and Calum Butcher in recent months and signed creative midfielders such as Dylan Levitt, Jamie McGrath and Craig Sibbald over the summer.





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