The primary-team coach and former participant says the Highlanders have regrouped and can form up this summer season to go once more in Scotland’s second-tier.
After seeing off Partick Thistle and Arbroath, Billy Dodds’ third-placed finishers had been stage at 2-2 on mixture towards St Johnstone at half-time of the play-off last.
Barry Wilson is asking on Caley Thistle’s gamers to show the ache of shedding the Premiership play-off because the driving drive for a title cost in subsequent season’s Championship.
The under-fire Saints stepped up the gears at McDiarmid Park and rattled in 4 second half targets to disclaim Inverness the possibility of returning to the Premiership for the primary time since 2017.
Wilson defined how the membership are decided to make use of that fireplace of their bellies from shedding in such a method to push them in the direction of automated promotion, by successful the title and avoiding the play-off route of as much as six ties.
He mentioned: “It was a large disappointment to lose it within the final 45 minutes after the boys put a lot into the season. It was robust to take.
“It was onerous going into sport six of the play-offs, which was league sport 24 total. Perhaps it was only a step an excessive amount of for us.
“We couldn’t have requested any extra from the boys and it’s vital we now attempt to use that as an inspiration. We don’t need to discover ourselves in that scenario once more to try to acquire promotion.”
The gamers returned to coaching on Monday, lower than a month after that defeat at St Johnstone.
Wilson defined the group are in nice form and with no new accidents to report.
He mentioned: “It has been a extremely good week and the boys have come again fairly match, having solely had 4 weeks off.
“Aside from the 2 long-term accidents (Tom Walsh and Shane Sutherland), we’ve acquired no contemporary accidents. You usually do have a pair within the first week of pre-season, however that’s been a optimistic and we’ve been fortunate, contact wooden.”
And Wilson was delighted for the membership to land former Peterhead and Alloa Athletic ahead Steven Boyd, 25, and 21-year-old winger Nathan Shaw, from AFC Fylde in Nationwide League North.
He mentioned: “We misplaced mortgage gamers, Reece McAlear and Logan Chalmers, so we’ve bolstered the squad with Nathan and Steven.
“They’re each vast gamers and, with Walshy being out and Logan returning to Dundee United, these boys will supply a bit of additional width within the crew, which is what we’re needing.”