Stirling Albion boss Dave Mackay is delighted at the improved home form after we beat Annan Athletic 3-0 to record a fourth Forthbank victory in a row.
Clyde and Edinburgh City have still to come to Stirling before the end of the month as we bid to keep the good run of results going.
Mackay said: “We’re on a good little run. There were a lot of pleasing things about the performance on Saturday – there are still a few bits and pieces we can tidy up but that will come. We didn’t do things quickly enough in the first half but the second half was much better.
“That’s four home wins in a row now which is pleasing because that was a real problem for us earlier in the season. It’s a tough game next week against Clyde, who are also flying, so we are looking forward to that one.”
Annan manager Peter Murphy said: “Stirling put us under pressure and asked questions of us but we have contributed to our own downfall with some of our defending. Stirling played well, but we allowed them to play well and that’s the disappointing thing.
“We’ve had a few injuries recently and we have brought players in so there has been a bit of disruption to a settled team but we have to turn it round quickly because we have games coming up against Peterhead, Stenny and Montrose.”