CLYDE boss Jim Duffy has told his players to keep believing in themselves – and watch the points stack up, writes Jamie Kempton.
The Bully Wee are at Annan tomorrow after a narrow defeat against Queen's Park.
Despite playing half the match with only 10 men, Duffy was thrilled at how his side played.
The 52-year-old said: "It was a disappointing result, but the good thing is the players put an incredible amount of effort into the game.
"Their attitude and commitment were great.
"If we go to Annan with the same confidence, and show the spirit and attitude I know we have, I'm sure we can take something."
Harry Cairney's team lost out on promotion last season, having been beaten 4-3 on aggregate by Albion Rovers in the play-off final.
However, Annan currently sit third in the league, just five points behind leaders Alloa Athletic.
Duffy said: "Their aspiration is to win, there's no question about that.
"We will just have to work hard and try to stop them."