Clydebank boss Gordon Moffat believes that his squad need to add consistency to their performances despite their 100 per cent start to the season.

Bankies have recorded wins over Largs Thistle, Hurlford United, Bonnyton Thistle and Kirkintilloch Rob Roy in the league this season, but were without a game on Saturday as their Soccer Shop Challenge Cup tie at Beith fell victim to the weather.

The postponement – with the match rearranged for this Saturday, November 28, at Bellsdale Park – has given Moff a chance to allow his players to rest up and reflect on his side’s start to life in the West of Scotland Football League.

But despite their perfect record so far, he insists nobody is thinking of league titles just yet.

He told the Post: “We’ve seen spells in games where we’ve been really impressive, but as a management team we obviously want that to happen over 90 minutes.

“There were some signs in the Rob Roy game that things are starting to click a wee bit where we played well for a lot longer.

“If you look at the table, it’s four wins from four, but I’m not getting carried away, and the boys certainly aren’t getting carried away.

“We’re still a squad with a lot of new faces and we’ve got a lot of work to do.

“Ten new faces is a lot for any team to deal with, so those relationships are still forming. We’re seeing improvements every week but there’s still quite a bit of work to do.”

Football in the current climate has taken some getting used to with no supporters in attendance and changing rooms remaining out of use, but the Bankies boss has been delighted with how his players have reacted to the unusual circumstances.

He added: “It’s still not ideal but the boys have adapted well and I’ve hardly heard a complaint from them – they just want to be here and play footbal.

“Clubs themselves have really taken to it well and been as strict as they need to be, but everyone has been well set up.

“It’s difficult week to week and you don’t really know where you are in terms of picking a team until late Friday or early Saturday, which brings its challenges, but it’s the same for everyone, so we just get on with it.”