'It's been tough dealing with the upheaval here' - Barron

Connor Barron admits the disruption at Aberdeen has been "tough" to deal with but believes Peter Leven is doing a good job of turning things round.

The Dons ended their 11-game winless run with victory at Fir Park on Saturday, a result that the Scotland U21 international says his teammates must build off in the final weeks of the season.

“We needed the win, so it was a massive three points, but it’s just the start," Barron told club media. "We need to go on a run. It’s just the first win ticked off, we need to go again.

“Peter Leven’s been brilliant. He’s obviously been here a while and we all know what he’s like and the way he wants to play. I think Wednesday night at Dundee, we got a bit stuck in between different managers telling us different things and we just weren’t all on the same page. It’s been tough dealing with the upheaval here, but that’s football, isn’t it? Sometimes it’s like that.

“We had a good meeting together as a team and we realised the quality we’ve got on the ball and that we need to start using that.

“Every player sees things differently and takes things differently. Some like a wee arm around them and some do better for a wee rollicking. It’s been brilliant to see what Pete can do in this short space of time."