Ross County manager Malky Mackay on Sportsound:
"I thought the players were really brave. To come down to Easter Road, pass the ball the way we did, score the goals we did, disappointed we didn't win.
"I thought we were terriffic. When I look at it, we have done a lot of work in a week. There were various changes throughout the week and at the end of it I have got to be happy with the way my players have worked.
"Yan [Dhanda's] delivery has been excellent since the day he arrived at the club."
When asked if his side should have had a penalty for a potential Paul Hanlon handball, Mackay said: "Yeah absolutely.
"For the fans to come down from Dingwall on a Tuesday night and then get back in their cars to drive north, I have got to be thankful and I am delighted for them to see players fighting for the jersey.
"The games come thick and fast but what I know is that my team are the equal of any team in this league apart from the big two."