Caley plan to keep on scoring
Inverness boss Terry Butcher is more than happy with his players 'score more one than you' attitude in the SPL this season.
Caley Thistle face St Johnstone in Perth on Saturday having scored in all 25 of their matches this season - for a total of 55 goals.
Terry Butcher's side drew 0-0 at McDiarmid Park on April 7 and another goalless draw, at home against Dunfermline, secured their SPL status on May 2.
Butcher has no such worries this season with his second-placed side having hit 44 goals in 20 SPL games ahead of Saturday's clash at McDiarmid Park.
Butcher said: "Certainly that 0-0 was a great point for us, we were still trying to stay in the SPL. It is amazing how far we have come.
"The last 0-0 draw was against Dunfermline with three games to go. That gave us 33 points, which is what we are on now after 20 matches.
"We have a great amount of goals and we have surpassed last season's total.
"Nil-nil is a thing we don't do very often.
"If we did draw 0-0 it would send seismic shock waves through the SPL if we failed to score, because it has been a remarkable success story and we are making chances all the time.
"I spoke to the players and they said 'look gaffer, all we are concerned about is scoring more goals than the opposition'.
"That's a pretty basic way of looking at it but it is certainly working for us."
Inverness were held to a 1-1 draw by St Johnstone earlier in the season and Butcher is not necessarily expecting all the goals to come at one end.
"Steve Lomas has got a very good squad and a big squad," Butcher said.
"He has players who can get forward from midfield like (Murray) Davidson and Liam Craig and they have quite a few options up front.
"They have (Steven) MacLean, (Gregory) Tade, (Nigel) Hasselbaink can play up front, and they have Rowan Vine as well.
"They have goals in their team as well and we have to be on our guard.
"But we played well in that 1-1 draw in October and that match gives us confidence."