JIM DUFFY reckons Clyde still have a shot at play-off glory this season – if they can launch a successful string of results.
The Bully Wee are eighth in the Irn-Bru Third Division standings but remain just seven points adrift of fourth-placed Peterhead.
Boss Duffy said: "The thing that has blighted us this season is consistency.
"The teams that are up the top of the league are there because they are consistent, Montrose and Queen's Park in particular.
"If we can get a bit of consistency, even two or three games on the bounce, we have the opportunity to get in the mix.
"The first thing we have to do is have a good run of form and if we do that then we can start looking further ahead in terms of league positions."
Duffy's side missed the chance to close the gap on promotion hopefuls Elgin as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Broadwood.
Stefan McCluskey netted for the hosts on half-time before Paul Millar equalised late on for Elgin.