MONTROSE FC manager Ray Farningham is looking forward to Saturday’s league game against Queen’s Park at Hampden - the last game of the first quarter.
He expressed satisfaction with the closed doors ‘bounce game’ on Thursday, and said that no injuries had resulted during the match.
The only doubt for the trip to Glasgow is David Dimalta, who is back in training after his groin strain, but who may not yet be considered match fit.
No players are suspended, a situation the boss would gladly settle for during the remainder of the season.
He is not taking Queen’s Park lightly, but is optimistic that the confidence engendered by the victory over Peterhead will still be in place.
In that game the Gable Endies were a goal down at the interval, but his helpful advice during the break rallied his players who went on to score twice.
Mr Farningham said: “Queen’s Park are hard to beat at home, but we hope to start the game in the same mood as we finished against Peterhead, with the defence tightened.”
He is pleased with the work of the team’s goal-scorers, who have showed character against adversity.
A victory for the Gable Endies would see them leapfrog Queen’s Park in the table.