Honest Ryan Hedges insists NO Aberdeen player can claim to be doing enough as he called on the club to unite to end their horror 10-game winless run.

The Welshman pulled no punches as he admitted the Dons squad must stand up to get out of their current crisis.

Stephen Glass is under fire in his first full season in charge at Pittodrie but chairman Dave Cormack came out in defence of the rookie Reds boss in a passionate radio interview.

Now Hedges says it’s the turn of the players to step up to the plate ahead of a crucial home game against Hibs on Saturday.

A defeat to the Edinburgh side would see Aberdeen - currently ninth in the table - fall TEN points behind the Easter Road men in the Scottish Premiership.

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And Hedges, who has missed a chunk of the season with a hamstring injury, told Red TV: “We’ve got to look at ourselves in the mirror individually and as a group and say ‘Are we doing enough?’

"And I probably couldn’t say anyone could hold their head up high at the moment.

“We have to dig in, keep persevering and working hard on the training pitch and I’m sure it will come.

“We have faith, we still believe in the staff, management, ourselves as a squad, as a team, the eleven that go on the pitch we know we’re capable of beating anyone in the league - we just haven’t been able to show it which is the most frustrating thing.

“Everyone is pulling in the right direction. Nobody is not with us. Everyone is with us. Nobody is happy with where we are and it’s on up to us now. We need more quality on the pitch.”

Hedges didn’t absolve himself of blame despite being sidelined for much of the run and said: “I need to do more, myself personally, and as a group we do.

“Nobody can hold their head high at the moment. I wouldn’t even say I was playing that well at the start of the season - not to the levels I know I can hit.

“I know I’ve got to do a lot more personally and really drive this team on at times and try and grab games by the scruff of the neck and be that player others can look at and say ‘if he’s doing it, I need to do it too’.

“It’s up to as a whole staff and Aberdeen as a collective - even the fans to get to behind us, especially on Saturday in a big home game against a team always around us but who are 10, 11 points clear and that shouldn’t be the case.

“The manager has touched on it in meetings and spoken to the lads to say we need leaders.

"There are leaders when you look around the group and it’s time to show it. Fergie (Lewis Ferguson) is young but he’s a leader, Brownie (Scott Brown) is a leader and Joe (Lewis), club captain is a leader, and we need to stand up and show what we’re made of.”