Callum McGregor talks about his feelings after seeing all their hopes for the title go away.
has talked about seeing the rivals take the Scottish Premiership’s trophy home in his interview with Sky Sports.
"We've been so used to success and when you experience this it's sore, everyone sees it. To watch them lift the trophy will be sore and will fuel the fire for next season,"
McGregor told Sky Sports
"Everyone's hurting. The fans will be hurting as well. It's the end of that nine in a row, but we have to come again. The reason we've been so good is when we faced setbacks we've come back even stronger, so where we are at the moment, we have to look at ourselves, get better in training, and come again next season. That's what champions do."
And about their draw at Tannadice he added:
"It's a sore one, to be so dominant in the game. First half was shot after shot, it really sums up where we are at the minute, lacking that clinical edge we've had in seasons gone by.
"The first half was good, second half we still created a lot of chances as well, but it's a sore one as well.
"We've been getting big numbers regularly in terms of chances but not putting that away, whether that's down to confidence in front of goal, it sums up the season.
"We have to keep working, we are where we are, we have to keep working, trying to get better and turning those performances into wins."