Clydebank manager Gordon Moffat admits he had mixed emotions after Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Darvel.

The Bankies came from a goal down on two occasions at Holm Park as a brace from Nicky Little cancelled out Reegan Aitken and Jordan Moore strikes for the visitors.

The hosts were looking to follow up last weekend's impressive win over reigning champions Beith with another victory but had to settle with a point that keeps them in top spot.

Moff doesn’t think his troops were able to quite live up to the performance they displayed last weekend but was impressed with their spirit after coming from behind twice.

Speaking to the Post, he said: “I’m never really happy with a point but it was probably fair overall based on the game.

“We never reached the heights of last week's performance wise and our intensity on and off the ball just wasn’t quite enough although there were a few factors in that, a few of them were patched up after a tough game last week.

“It was a hundred miles per hour like a basketball game which is really intense for part-time players to keep going at that level.

“We lost two poor goals defensively which hasn’t been like us, but the reaction to come back twice was good.

“I’m happy with that aspect and the character shown by the guys but a wee disappointed by some bits of it.

“I thought we were better after the break and finished the game really strong and could have won it in the last 10 minutes and were a wee bit unfortunate not to do that.”

Another tough fixture awaits Clydebank this weekend as they travel to Airdrie to take on Gartcairn.

‘Cairn has put together an impressive squad packed with plenty of experience from the SPFL as well as some of the best players from the West of Scotland Football League.

The likes of Ian McShane and Thomas Reilly have both joined from Darvel whilst Jamie Bain, Paddy Boyle and Mark McGuigan have all played at the senior level in recent seasons.

Moff has been impressed by their recent results and will be heading to MTC Park during the week on a scouting mission.

He added: “They have been on great form and have another game on Wednesday so we’ll go and have a look at them then.

“You look at the quality some of their players with the likes of Ian McShane who is one of the best players in the division so it’ll be a really tough test.”

Kick-off on Saturday is at 1.30pm.