I think the frustrations for some is that there is a theme of letting games drift without pressing hard enough to kill the game off. Yes we had a few chances, yes we kept a clean sheet without really being under pressure and won the game so that's fine and we'd all have taken that a few more times this season.
However it is just the slowness of the play when we are winning, not really pressing hard enough and when you are against a team as bad as they are, at home, against 10 men, no pressure on us and off the back of some wins that was a chance to be expressive and go for a good win that gets people believing that things won't be as dull next season and we didn't take it, let the game drift out to a dull performance with a fairly comfortable win, albeit you are always running the risk of a punt down the middle, set piece or mistake costing you.
A wins a win, it was comfortable and it was good to see Barry playing very well again, the defensive unit looking so much better with those players in it, and Lennon again showing he is a good fit. However what I wanted after Kiev was some solid hard fought wins to see us safe which we did, once we did that to be a bit more expansive and give us the blue print that next season won't see some of the turgid displays on a regular basis next year, yesterday was the perfect chance but it just highlighted a lot of the problems we have had going forward for months.
It's hard to be critical of things after a win without being criticised for being negative. What I don't want is if we creep up to 9th, and if we do we will have finished the season with some very good results, but if we do I don't want how bad the first 7-8 months of the season were to be swept under the carpet as things are ok now when there are some big things that need sorting out in my opinion to make sure next season is back to what we should be doing and yesterday didn't inspire me to being comfortable.