Binos boss Greig McDonald felt his side deserved all three points after watching them concede a last-minute goal to Berwick Rangers in a 1-1 draw at Shielfield on Saturday.
David Weatherston gave us the lead on the hour mark when he scored his first Albion goal after a superb pass from Mark Ferry but the hosts levelled after some late pressure.
McDonald said: “You have to give Berwick credit for coming back but overall I thought we deserved to win the game. It was our best performance of the season in terms of passing the ball and I don’t think there were any failures.
“We really stepped up the tempo at the start of the second half and could have scored a couple before David Weatherston’s goal, which was a terrific team goal.
“That’s just four defeats in 23 league games now going back to the beginning of February and we are unbeaten away from home in the league since March.
“We started the day three points off the top and finished it two points off the top so we can’t be too unhappy with that – we will go to Elgin next week with confidence.”
Berwick boss Ian Little said: “We didn’t play as well as we have done in recent games and we looked a bit flat, but we changed things around for the last 15 minutes and we were a lot better.”