“We’ve been getting the numbers quite regularly in terms of actual chances and just not putting them away, for whatever reason that is, maybe confidence in front of goal.
“It probably sums up the season a little bit. But we have to keep working. We are where we are in this moment.
“We have to keep working, keep training, keep trying to get better and turn those type of performances into wins.
“To be fair to the big boy [Dundee goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist] he was excellent, he was excellent up here at the start this season as well. Made a lot of good saves. There’s a bit of that as well [that the keeper was good].
“But from our view we should’ve converted some of those chances at least. It’s a difficult one to take.”
Celtic’s interim boss Kennedy, in charge after Neil Lennon left Parkhead last month, admitted the Bhoys in Green simply have not been up to standard across the campaign.
He said after the full-time whistle: “Good performance but not the result we wanted. Having all the play is great, creating opportunities is great, but you have to have the final bit. That’s what we didn’t have today.