Dylan Levitt has returned from injury to start the last three games for Hibs as one of Nick Montgomery's central midfield pair. He was tasked with media duties ahead of the visit of Kilmarnock - here's all he had to say...

Dylan, is someone about to take a battering off Hibs?

"I think so, I think everyone can see that. In the changing room after the St Mirren game, when we reviewed the match we knew we had the chance to put it to bed early doors.

"With the chances we create they’ll hopefully turn into goals and we can win games by a bigger margin."

Does it come down to game management?

"Yes - what time the game is at, the scoreline plays a big part, communication, getting everyone in the right position and closing up shop.

"Obviously if you need to make cynical fouls or take the ball to the corner you need to do that."

Does the manager's style of play suit you? Did you know much about him beforehand?

"I didn’t know much but the first day he came in was my first day training after coming back from injury. Ever since then he laid down what he wanted from everyone in each position.

"It’s exciting when a new manager comes in, the way he sets us up suits me perfectly so when he first came in I was buzzing to be involved.

"He laid it down from day one and everyone is buying into it. I think there is more to come from me as well."

How's your fitness after that injury lay-off?

"I played in a couple of bounce games in between the weekends and they’ve helped massively. I played against Ross County last week, then Aberdeen at the weekend, and again on Wednesday.

"I’ve played most of the minutes and feel like it benefited me massively and that I’m 100 per cent now."

Were you concerned you couldn't showcase your talents straight away to the new boss?

"You’ve always got that little doubt in your mind coming back from injury no matter where you are, if a new manager has come in or whatever.

"Just getting back up to fitness, taking everything on board tactically from what he was wanting from midfielders so I would know what I was doing."

You'll be keeping a close eye on Wales next week - with a view to getting back into the squad?

"Hopefully they can do it, it's two massive games. The last camp in October was massive for us getting the win over Croatia at home, that put down a real marker going into these last two games.

"My best possible chance to get in that squad is playing games at Hibs. The last few games I’ve played I’ve really enjoyed it and hopefully that can put something in the manager’s head.

"It’s always good to go away with your country, especially the players you are involved with in the training sessions and all the stuff that goes with it on and off the pitch. You take a massive learning experience on both fronts."

What Welsh players inspire you?

"Aaron Ramsey and Ben Davies now; it was obviously Gareth Bale before. Just leaders on and off the pitch, they do everything right, they're really professional and I really look up to them."

Scotland have already qualified, England too - can Wales join them?

"We’ve shown what we can do in the last couple of years getting to major tournaments and we’ve got the squad to do that. A few players have retired but we have young lads coming through, it’s a really good group."