Player manager Kieran McAnespie was delighted after Clydebank edged a step closer to a top three finish with a 2-1 win over high-flying Girvan.

Goals from Alan Frizzell and Jamie Darroch sealed a memorable comeback victory for the Bankies, after Jamie Ballantine had given the visitors the lead.

The Holm Park side now sit joint top of the table on points, second only by virtue of goal difference.

The result means if the Bankies win their two remaining fixtures they will be secured at least third place play-off spot.

And if Rutherglen or Petershill drop any points in their remaining fixtures, Clydebank need just a win to seal third.

Girvan still have games to catch up on after their Scottish Cup run earlier in the season, with Kilsyth also still able to finish above the Bankies.

But McAnespie says they only need to worry about their own results, rather than relying on others to do the job for them. He said: “Two more wins and we’re in a very promising situation.

“Petershill play Kilsyth on Saturday as well, as long as Kilsyth lose or draw then it’s not bad for both teams.

“We can’t worry about the other games too much, we need to focus on our game more than anything.”

Callum Gow, Alan Frizzell and Jamie Lyden all signed deals for next season on Saturday.

And Jamie Darroch is likely to sign with the club at the end of the season, with the Bankies boss choosing to wait until the end of the season to speak to the rest of the squad.

He added: “He [Darroch] just wants to focus on the games which is fair enough, we respect that and I’m fine with that. I’ve not spoken to anyone else this week, it’s been quite a quiet week and we’ve just been focusing on the game.

“Marc [McCulloch] and I made a decision last week that anybody we were still going to need to speak to we were going to leave it till the end of the season and discuss it then.”