SCOTT CHAPLAIN scored one of the most important goals of his career as he booked Albion Rovers' place in the Irn-Bru Second Division play-off final.
And the Cliftonhill midfielder hopes there is more to come as Rovers prepare for their final clash with Stranraer tomorrow night.
While Keith Knox's side eased to a 5-1 aggregate win over Queen's Park, Albion left it late to see off Elgin and keep alive their hopes of retaining their Second Division place.
Chaplain proved the hero as he netted a last-minute winner and the former Partick Thistle and Dumbarton star admits confidence is high.
He said: "It took a bit of a deflection to be fair but I am still claiming it.
"It was a great result for us and it was all the more special to top it off with an overhead kick.
"I don't know if it was the best one of my career, I scored a good one for Thistle against Clyde a couple of years ago. If it had gone straight in maybe it would have been the best.
"It is certainly one of the most important I have scored, though. I was delighted to play my part.
"We know we have two hard games coming up. Stranraer came through their semi fairly comfortably and that will give them confidence.
"We had a tricky tie against Elgin and managed to come through it. We knew what we had to do and we got the job done.
"We will certainly be confident going into it.
"We have positive experiences from the final last year to call on and we are looking forward to it."