McGlynn: Wages weren't an issue
John McGlynn claimed Hearts' latest wage problems would be sorted on Monday after his players brushed off the delay with a win over Motherwell.
Danny Grainger's 14th-minute strike from 25 yards earned the Tynecastle side their first three points at home since an opening-day victory over St Johnstone.
McGlynn had been told that his wages and those of six players, which were due on October 15, would be paid on Friday and the issue will be discussed at a Scottish Premier League meeting today.
Hearts are already subject to an automatic transfer embargo under rules introduced by the SPL in the summer and could face further action after the sixth delay since the start of last season.
Speaking after the match, McGlynn said: "It will be sorted tomorrow. I didn't think you saw the players going begging round the stands. No, it wasn't an issue at any time."
McGlynn was more concerned with building on his side's victory, which moved them up to eighth place in the SPL.
The former Raith Rovers manager said: "We weren't necessarily un-confident because we had been playing and not getting results.
"But you do get more confidence from winning matches.
"We need to build on that against Ross County. I know them very well from the First Division, they are a good side and a very experienced side.
"They got a good victory on Saturday as well and will be looking to make it difficult for us here.
"Derek Adams has done a magnificent job there.
"However, we want to get to the 15-point mark and if we can get that after 11 games we wouldn't be that far away from the target we set.
"And we realise there are points we have thrown away and feel we can do better than that in the next set of games. So roll on Saturday."
Motherwell had a lot of possession after Hearts dominated the first quarter but chances proved scarce, although Michael Higdon fired wide from 12 yards after good work from Chris Humphrey and Nicky Law had a header cleared off the line.
And Higdon felt he should have been awarded a penalty by Willie Collum after Andy Webster jumped over the top of him to head clear.
"I've just seen it again and it's a stonewall penalty if you ask me," Higdon said.
"He came right through the back of me and if it was outside the box the referee might have given it.
"But I didn't think I got much off the referee today.
"Big Sutty (John Sutton) came on and got three or four fouls straight away. I've been grafting for 90 minutes and not received one.
"I'm not using that as an excuse but it always helps if the referee is 50-50.
"You can definitely speak to him, he is normally okay. You just get some games where you don't get much out of the ref, but he is a good ref."
Higdon also felt he was unfairly penalised for the free-kick that was rolled to Grainger before he fired home.
"I've just seen that again," the striker said. "Webster has just given me a clout round the ear and I thought that was a foul. You need a bit of luck and we haven't really had it."