Rocky Bushiri spoke to the media after Sunday's 4-0 defeat to Aberdeen at Easter Road. Here's everything he had to say...

Are you able to describe the team's performance?

"Bad, embarrassing. Losing 4-0 at home, there are no other words. It's not good at all."

What went wrong?

"It's difficult to say straight after the game. I feel we started quite well, sharp and on the front foot. We were winning corners but when you concede two goals so quick after each other, it's like you need to run after the score. Then it's all about who is mentally strong enough to continue because it is still a long way to go."

Not being mentally strong enough, do you feel that is a recurring problem?

"It's hard to say. It is not for me to judge everybody's mental aspect. It's hard, a game like that and you end up losing 4-0."

What's the overriding feeling in the dressing? Shock? Anger?

"Mixed feelings. We are all heartbroken as we have let so many people down now. Especially after not making top six, there's a feeling like we deserve to be up there. But when you perform like that you know it is not good enough. Everybody should reflect on themselves, look themselves in the mirror. Have I done everything to be at my best?"

There's been a lot of focus on the manager, could this result affect his position?

"I have been here two seasons and all the time it's manager, manager, manager. The responsibility is shared. It's also on us, it is on everybody. Everybody included in the club. I hate finger pointing. That's not up to me to speak about the manager. Let me focus on me and the boys, the team."

Do the boys feel they have let the manager down?

"I can't say that. I don't like those kind of questions as we are there as a group. When I see how the week goes, everybody is there. We give everything in training. When things are going against you, it's just trying to make it click. Wednesday, last game at home, do it for your family, the fans, for Paul and Stevo, find a purpose. You play for Hibs, do it for Hibs and go from there. Then there is next season. There are going to be changes and different things."

Are the players all behind the manager? This is the kind of result where people may suggest otherwise...

"It's like I said, we train hard. Everyone is on the same page. It's not about 'are the players behind the manager' because you can't say every time they lose 'ah they've let the manager down'. No. You run until the end, you look at yourself, go in front of the mirror. Did I give everything? I am a professional player. I play for Hibs, I have responsibilities. Have I done enough? It's not about manager this, that. I've had enough of this, to be honest. Can't change managers, do this, this, that. I've said it in difficult moments when it's on me, I hold my hands up - 'guys, I've made a mistake'."

The fans made their feelings clear at the end, what can you say to them?

"I don't blame the fans. They are there all of the time. They have travelled last week, we've not performed. I understand their anger. You need to give them something and they will give it back to you. I want to apologise, but I also feel apologising is ... we've tried, we've not given. But of course we need to apologise because they were there.

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You were here last season, have Hibs gone backwards in a year?

"If you've made Europe last season and you didn't this season, of course you went backwards. But how do you analyse the game? There's also a question, how does the club analyse the game? How do we want to progress? Because now we've gone on a project. It's about performance, of course, but there is a new style of play, there are lots of new things. Do you accept moments like this? It's also about the style of play.

Do you feel the players here need more stability?

"It's hard, after a 4-0 game, that's not the first thing I think about, you know. I want to go home, watch my game, let it hurt me one more time and then like I told you, I play for Hibs. The season is not done yet. I have two games to play. I need to sort myself mentally to go into those games. I can't give you an answer on that, sorry.