Ross McCrorie spoke to Andrew Shinie after the game for RedTV:
“I have got to be straight.
“We have got to start finishing.
“It has happened far too many times this season.
“No disrespect to Hamilton, but when we are creating the chances we did today we have got to be finishing them.
“It is everyone. It is everyone in the team. When we get chances we have to bury them. Everybody in the team who needs to take responsibility for it.
“We are not doing that at the moment and it is not good enough.
“Maybe people think there is an elephant is the room because we have not been scoring, but you are at a club like Aberdeen for a reason, because you are a good player therefore you should have the belief you are going to put it away.
“It is another clean sheet but the result today was not good enough. A club like Aberdeen should be winning these games.
“Three points was what we were looking for today and we did not get it. Very disappointing because again we missed a chance to get closer to Hibs. It is frustrating, we have had far too many draws. We have missed other opportunities throughout the season.
“We are working our socks off. That is not the issue. It is the quality needed in the final third. We are not doing that at the moment. We have been working on our finishing in training, but you can do all that you like in training, it comes down to what you do on a Saturday afternoon.
“It is plain and simple, we need to start scoring.
“We are still up there. But we need to start playing better and scoring.”