Dundee boss Barry Smith admitted he was disappointed with his side's performance in the 1-0 defeat to Hearts.
Smith's men held firm for 86 minutes but were sunk by substitute John Sutton's late goal at Tynecastle.
And Smith admitted the hosts deserved the points, with his team unable to create many chances.
"I thought we had handled them relatively well, although they had a lot of possession," Smith said.
"We feel we can do better all over the park.
"The past two games we've created a lot of chances, we didn't tonight and credit to Hearts for that. We set ourselves out in an attacking system, but possibly it didn't work."