Yoker assistant manager Garry George has urged his players to show their worth by taking victory in the final game of the season this weekend.

The Whe Ho face Wishaw Juniors on Saturday at Holm Park, in a fixture that was originally meant to be played as the first game of the season back in August before being postponed due to bad weather.

George’s side sit 8th in the first division, two points behind Wishaw who have two games in hand, and will be keen to avenge a 2-0 league defeat and 3-1 Scottish Cup disappointment this season at their hands by leapfrogging them in the table.

George said: “Obviously being the last game of the season we would like go out with a win. We have a few bodies missing because we waited so long and now people are on holiday because they didn’t expect to be playing at this time.

“The last few games, we have struggled, but a win would set us up in good stead for next season.

“After losing to them we feel as if we deserve to get something and we still feel we should have a strong game.

“I would say to the boys just go out and win and prove we are one of the better teams in the league, prove we are a good side and we can take that momentum forward to next season.”

George, who became assistant, when his brother Graeme took over as manager after Steven Reilly’s departure last November also confirmed they will be staying on for the next campaign.

He added: “We will be staying on for next year. It’s all agreed. Two or three players are going to move on. Greg Maitland is going to Albion Rovers and Ryan Hynes has a couple of offers.”