Binos boss Dave Mackay was delighted with Saturday’s 3-0 win over Clyde at Forthbank but hopes it’s only the start of a better run of results.
Mackay, who has not ruled out further signings, gave debuts to four new players in a team showing seven changes from the one beaten by Cowdenbeath the previous week.
He said: “It was a good performance and I’m happy with that but we are still a work in progress. Hopefully we can go on a wee run and I think we can only get better when the new players we have brought in get up to speed.
“It was pleasing to keep a clean sheet because we have looked like conceding goals every time a team has attacked us in the past few weeks. It was a real team performance – we’ve had good spells in games since I came here but that is the best 90 minutes by a distance.
“Dylan (Bikey) was excellent again but the only problem is that every goal he scores is taking him closer to the exit door! We are lucky to have him and it would be crazy for someone at a higher level not to take a chance – it’s very unlikely he will be here beyond this month.”
Clyde manager Barry Ferguson said: “We deserved to get beat. We are in a rut just now and we need to find wins from somewhere. I’m concerned at the way we are losing games – it is too easy for teams.
“I don’t have any money (to bring players in) so I’ll need to do a bit of wheeling and dealing and call in a few favours. We definitely need a bit of new blood to kick us on.”