Clydebank head coach Gordon Moffat insists it ISN'T about results right now after his lads put eight past Newmains United in their second pre-season match.

With a similar outlook following Saturday's Holm Park loss to East Stirlingshire, Moff admitted he was pleased to see some of the new boys get off the mark for the Bankies but maintains his main focus is upping the fitness and getting his side to gel.

They certainly did that on a comfortable evening in North Lanarkshire as his troops fired eight past United without reply with goals from Callum Graham (2), Ciaran Mulcahy, Ben McLernan, Joe Slattery, Connor Higgins, Thomas Collins and a trialist.

Speaking to club media after the game, Moff said: “It was a good exercise. It was similar to Saturday in a lot of ways in terms of our use of the ball.

“I thought we used the ball well and had to be patient at times and then obviously the goals started to come and from that point of view it’s pleasing.

“But what we are trying to get out of the game is fitness, sharpness and trying to build relationships with the new guys throughout the team.

“So, in that sense, it was another good night.”

Graham – signed from Irvine Meadow at the start of May – scored his first goal in Clydebank colours on 15 minutes after he converted from the sport following a foul on Alan Kelly.

Clydebank Post: The Bankies now head to Castle Douglas for fixture number three of the new termThe Bankies now head to Castle Douglas for fixture number three of the new term (Image: David Brockett)

Clydebank Post: All five forwards got on the scoresheetAll five forwards got on the scoresheet (Image: David Brockett)

Mulcahy flicked home number two on 38 minutes before academy graduate McLernan got his name on the scoresheet and Graham added his second to put the Bankies four up at the break.

Slattery added number five just five minutes into the second period as he finished from close range and Higgins headed home the sixth on 70 minutes.

A trialist finished off the move of the match just a minute later and good work from Oisin McHugh allowed former Kilwinning Rangers frontman Collins to round off the scoring.

It was a clinical attacking display, a point not missed by the gaffer.

Moff added: “All the forwards scored, all five of them got on the scoresheet which is important.

“And a couple of the new guys got their first goals for the club, you always want to get that nice and early, so yeah that’s important as well.”

Next up in pre-season is a trip to Moff's home region of Dumfries as takes his squad to Castle Douglas to take on Threave Rovers.

Kick off is 2pm.