Brechin City continued their unbeaten record with a 2-1 win against Ayr United at Glebe Park on Saturday.
The win means Ray McKinnon’s side have gone 12 games without a defeat.
Speaking after the match, the City manager said: “I am delighted. First half, we were excellent. We created a lot of chances. I think if we had taken our chances the game would have been over.
“Second half maybe wasn’t our best. I think it was a case of seeing the game out and taking all three points which I think we did comfortably. “It was a great goal from Robert to seal the win, I think it was a deserved victory, I don’t think anyone would disagree with that.”
He continued: “If we could really bury the teams we are on top of - as we probably should have done today - it would make it a lot easier.”
He added: “It was a good performance in the end and it keeps us unbeaten in 12 games now. A lot of credit to the players today. It was a tough game and we got the three points we were looking for.”
The match also marked Paul McLean’s 200th match for the Glebe Park outfit. Speaking about the milestone, McKinnon said: “It was nice that he got that recognition that he deserves. Two hundred games at young age like that and to top off it off with a great goal - he’ll be over the moon tonight.”