Ross County manager Derek Adams is delighted that his side's hopes of European football are still alive after the 1-1 draw with Celtic at Victoria Park.
Iain Vigurs sweet left-foot strike cancelled out Anthony Stokes opener at ensure County stayed unbeaten in three games against Celtic in Dingwall this season.
"This season was all about survival and we have done much more than survive. The pitch hinders us. We have a lot of good footballers here," he said.
"We had a couple of good chances to win the match but didn't take them. We played well today. There was goalmouth action and that is what the fans came to see.
"I am delighted for Iain Vigurs and the team. We need to beat Motherwell and Inverness to have any chance of that European place but we'll give it a go. It's amazing. We competed well with Celtic today."
Although there has been no resolution over Richard Brittain's future, Adams admitted he is already looking to rejig his squad over the summer.
"We know the players who are coming in and we will try to re-sign the players that we have here already," he added.