Steven Naismith insists the Edinburgh derby shouldn’t become judgement day on whether he should be handed the Hearts job on a permanent basis The Jambos interim gaffer believes his performance over the last two months should become the deciding factor as he attempts to lead his team to win this afternoon which would guarantee European football and a fourth place finish.
Naismith has impressed in the role since replacing Robbie Neilson in April and with the Tynecastle club having lost just once in their last five outings.
But as Lee Johnson’s side arrive in Gorgie today with a two point advantage in fourth spot, Naismith is adamant it shouldn’t be win or bust in his ambition to become boss.
He said: “If I am getting judged on one game I don’t think it’s the right approach to take. I think the bigger picture in all you’ve got to look at everything.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk