Maurice George believes it is only a matter of time before his Yoker side turn things around after they suffered their third defeat on the bounce with a 2-1 loss at home to Maybole Juniors.

George is in the middle of rebuilding a side that disappointed last season and has had to contend with a number of injury concerns, but the new manager remains positive his side will come good eventually despite currently sitting bottom of the West Region League One table.

He said: “The loss to Maybole was a tough one to take. We were the better side for most of the game and we dominated the majority of the match. We hit the bar, hit the post and their keeper made a couple of good saves.

“I’m looking forward to this weekend against Greenock now. We’ll play the same way and hopefully get the result this time.

“We’ve got a few boys back from injury now too so the squad is looking a lot better and much stronger. We’ll have a much stronger squad on the park this Saturday.”

The Whe Ho started the season with a win but they have lost their three matches since and now sit bottom of the West Region League One table.

But George is adamant that his side will begin picking up vital points after bringing in a host of new faces, adding: “I’m certainly positive we’ll turn this around. I’m positive we’ll start turning these performances we’ve been putting in into results now to get some points on the board.

“I know results wise it’s not been a great start, but this is a new squad we’ve built and we’ve just added six more new signings in the shape of Greg McBride, Clinton Onto, Elalio Haji, David Telfer, Edwad Bell and George Thomson.

"There are plenty of positives there in my eyes and hopefully we’ll get the result on Saturday to push on from there.”