Albion Rovers assistant manager Todd Lumsden today admitted it is all or nothing for the Cliftonhill squad as they prepare for their play-off final with Annan Athletic.
After seeing off Third Division rivals Queen's Park on Saturday, Rovers face Harry Cairney's side over two legs for a place in the Second Division next season. The first game is at Cliftonhill tonight before the return in the Borders on Sunday.
The Galabankies were deserved winners over Alloa in the previous round, but Lumsden hopes it is the Coatbridge side who finish the season in style and secure promotion to Scotland's third tier.
"We never paid much attention to the other tie, to be honest," said Lumsden. "We had to make sure we did our job and got past Queen's Park.
"Now we have got Annan, we know what we need to do. There is little motivation required, but the same is true of Annan. I am sure their squad will be absolutely buzzing.
"We know how we felt after the game last Saturday and they have had two great results as well. It is all to play for. Both clubs have had a great season, but hopefully it is us who come out on top."