Craig Levein believes he can fix Hearts despite another poor performance and result.
The Jambos were held 2-2 by Hamilton at Tynecastle this afternoon despite leading twice in the game.
Sean Clare had given them the lead in the first half before George Oakley equalised.
Then Christophe Berra had them in front again, but it was Oakley who hit Accies’ equaliser.
And that was enough to earn Hamilton a valuable point on the road.
There were loud boos and jeering towards the end of the game and at the full-time whistle, per Barry Anderson.
But despite the pressure, Levein believes he’s the man to get things right in Gorgie.
When asked about his future, Levein, per the BBC, said: “As far as I’m concerned, I want to fix this and get up the league.”
But will he get the time to fix it?
Hearts haven’t won any of their first four Premiership games and count a Betfred Cup victory as their only one in the last six matches.