Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs insisted that his side are “back on track,” despite missing out on a place in the Scottish Cup semi-finals.The Easter Road side had seen their Championship title challenge crumble with losses against Morton, Dumbarton and Queen of the South.However, they held off some late pressure to stop the rot ahead of next Sunday’s Scottish League Cup final against Ross County at Hampden.James Keatings had given Stubbs’ side the lead in the quarter-final tie, only for Andrea Mbuyi-Mutombo to equalise for Inverness, securing a replay for the Highland club. “He felt problems on one side and now it’s the other. We cleared up the left and he felt the right.“We’ll need to see how it is over the next day or so and try and get him back as soon as possible.” “We’re back on track,” said head coach Stubbs, who felt his team shaded the game. “Simple as that. A week’s a long time in football.“I’ve heard criticism. It’s nice that my players have responded. We’ve had a bad week but when you’ve got quality you don’t have lots of bad weeks.”Hibs may have to go into the cup final without Dylan McGeouch, who broke down injured in the first half.“It’s frustrating for us because he’s an important player for us,” Stubbs said.