Caretaker boss Martyn Corrigan was pleased with the performance of his side as we drew 1-1 with Clyde at Broadwood on Saturday.
Marc McKenzie fired us in front early on with his sixth goal of the season but Peter MacDonald equalised before half-time.
Corrigan said: “I thought the boys worked really hard and we have only lost one goal in four games now. There were some good performances and we looked threatening at times – Clyde had a few chances and we had a few chances.
“I think a draw was probably a fair result. Clyde are a good team and we battled hard. The players are improving each week – they are playing for the club and we are looking strong.”
Clyde manager Barry Ferguson said: “I thought we should have come away with three points but I can’t criticise the players. Their effort and commitment was phenomenal and on another day we come away winning by a couple of goals.”