Inverness only managed to grab a 1-1 draw in their last SPL fixture against St Johnstone on Saturday.
Speaking to the press after the match, Inverness winger Aaron Doran admitted that his team were a little bit disappointed with the draw as he believes they have enough chances to win it.
Scottish Premier League finished its 10th round last weekend and there were plenty goals coming as there were no scoreless ties.
Some interesting result from last weekend would be Glasgow Celtic's massive 5-0 win over St Mirren and also Inverness' success in battering Dundee 4-1.
Inverness CT successfully defeated Dundee 4-1 on the weekend but the Caley Thistle's manager, Terry Butcher claimed that it wasn't as easy as the score line suggested.
Terry said that although they managed to go two goals up, Dundee still didn't gave up and when the score line became 2-1, things started to get tricky for Inverness.
Dundee United assistant manager spoke to the press ahead of his team's upcoming clash against Motherwell on Saturday, saying his hope that Dundee will be able to get a good result.
Hegarty revealed that they are still disappointed with previous heavy defeats in their last two league games, especially last weekend battering by Inverness, which left manager Peter Houston upset.
Inverness CT will host the Highland Derby this Friday as they set to battle fellow highlanders, Ross County. Ahead of this game, the Caley's manager, Terry Butcher, revealed his excitement in the derby which he consider as an important spectacle for both teams.
Speaking to the media ahead of Dundee United's weekend game against Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC, Dundee's assistant manager Paul Hegarty hopes that his side can immediately bounce back from last week's 3-0 defeat against Hearts and grab all three points on Saturday.