Allan Johnston saw Dunfermline move to the top of Ladbrokes League 1 with a 4-0 victory at Forfar on Saturday but felt they could have won by more.
Joe Cardle hit a hat-trick but missed a penalty and Andy Geggan was also on target for the Pars as Dick Campbell's men were knocked off the summit.
Johnston, who signed former Hamilton Accies and Burton Albion striker Mickael Antoine-Curier on Saturday, told the club website: "I thought it was a really good team performance.
“You know how hard a place this is to come but I thought we thoroughly deserved the win and could probably have scored a lot more goals.
"Mickael brings us something different. When you look at the strikers we have got, they are all playing really well and it just keeps everybody on their toes when you have somebody of that quality. He is a proven goalscorer but he will have to work hard to get into the team."