Clydebank manager Gordan Moffat admitted he was pleased his players didn't fold under pressure in their hard-fought 2-1 win over Pollok at Newlandsfield on Wednesday night.

The Bankies boss praised his player's character and determination to go get the three points after conceding an 80th-minute equaliser in Glasgow's southside, only to then go up the park and notch the winner just four minutes later.

And, speaking to the club's media team after the match, Moff revealed he was delighted to get the win.

Clydebank Post: Niven grabbed the opener just after half-timeNiven grabbed the opener just after half-time

He said: "It was a tough game, frantic at times.

"First half, in particular, was very scrappy. I thought Pollok edged it if I'm honest with you.

"Second half we were a bit more composed, a bit more controlled, a few more passes forward."

After an edgy first 45 minutes saw the teams go in goalless, defender Matt Niven nodded home just two minutes after the restart to give the away side the lead.

But any thoughts of Clydebank seeing the game out in comfort were dashed when Pollok's Adam Forde scored a thumping effort direct from a free-kick to level things up and delight the healthy home crowd.

Clydebank Post: Gallagher gets the winnerGallagher gets the winner

But with just five minutes left on the clock, Nicky Little found Lee Gallacher with space in the Pollok penalty box and the substitute fired home to give the Bankies the win.

And Moff explained every position on the park played their part in the triumph.

He said: "Wee Forde scores a tremendous free-kick and there is a spell where we had to weather the storm again.

"But character from the boys to come back from that.

"It would be easy to fold here, you’ve seen teams do it over the years but we come back and win it, so really pleasing.

"The whole back four and the midfield, even the wide guys put in a hell of a shift.

"You are going to have to defend here. You are going to have to defend your box very well and I thought we did that."