Lennon still the man for Saints
St Mirren manager Danny Lennon remains certain he is the right man to lead the club forward - and he hopes to emulate at Pat Fenlon Hibernian.
The Buddies have endured a disappointing start to the Scottish Premiership campaign with last week's 1-0 defeat to Motherwell meaning they have taken just one point from five games.
Hibs also struggled at the outset - with poor results including a heavy Europa League loss to Malmo - before hauling themselves to seventh spot as they prepare to host Saints on Saturday.
Lennon said: "There was a lot of attention on Pat Fenlon's credentials at the beginning of the season.
"There was a lot written about how it was the worst two results in their history, the 5-1 in the cup final and the 9-0 on aggregate (against Malmo).
"But Pat's been strong, he's put one or two results together for them to climb up the table and that's great management."
Lennon - who clinched the club's first silverware in 25 years when St Mirren won the League Cup last season - has found himself under pressure.
But he added: "I certainly believe that I'm the man to take this club forward or I wouldn't be here.
"If the time comes that they decide to move Danny Lennon on, then what I would ask is, what do they expect from their new manager?"