Jim Goodwin has demanded more respect for St Mirren as he hit out at Shaun Maloney and BBC Sportscene.
The Buddies boss reckons his team were denied due credit in the aftermath of their impressive 1-0 victory over Hibs at the weekend.
Hibees manager Maloney claimed his side should’ve racked up the goals to claim a comfortable Premiership victory.
And a gruff Goodwin was also unhappy with how the match was presented in the BBC’s weekend highlights show after Conor Ronan’s second half strike proved the difference.
He said: “Clean sheets are important and, thankfully, Hibs didn’t score the five goals that their manager thought they should have done.
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“But I have to say, I was slightly disappointed with those comments because I thought my players deserved a bit more respect than that, to be honest with you.
“There was a certain highlights show as well on Saturday night that I thought did us a complete disservice as well.
“You would swear that my boys didn’t kick a ball. Hibs hardly got out of their own half in the first 45 minutes.
“I was very honest afterwards and said Hibs made a good tactical change at half-time and we struggled for the first ten or 15 minutes.
“Jak Alnwick makes a save that he has to make, but I thought, over the piece, that we deserved to win the game.
“There are many ways to win a game. Sometimes, I think managers try to put a gloss on their own performances.
“My players were outstanding on the day. They never let Hibs get any rhythm in the game and thoroughly deserved the victory.”