Hibernian manager Colin Calderwood admits winning 11 out of 45 matches in his first year in charge of the club is not good enough.
Calderwood feels the current group of players he has at the club can and must do better in the next few months.
"It's below what I would expect to get by way of wins and points," he said.
"Improvement has not been apparent enough but I quite like what I have got and I know that this group can produce more than we have."
St Mirren host Hibs this weekend, with the Leith side two places and one point above the Scottish Premier League's relegation spot.
"We have to make better progress," added Calderwood.
"I expect more from myself. I expect more of myself in terms of a return for the supporters definitely."