Clydebank manager Gordon Moffat believes that he is now starting to see the Callum Graham that he signed from Irvine Meadow in the Summer.

The striker struggled for consistency towards the start of the season but is now taking his chance in the starting eleven with two goals in his last two games.

He started the comeback at Gartcairn to earn his side a point before notching another against former club Medda just a few days later.

Injuries to the likes of Nicky Little and Thomas Collins have presented Graham with the opportunity to earn a spot in the starting eleven and Moff has been impressed with the way he is starting to adapt to the Bankies way.

Speaking to the Post, he said: “He was only on the pitch for 10 minutes in the Darvel game but even then I felt he done well and he got a large chunk of the game against Gartcairn.

“He led the line really well and got a bit of a luck with his goal but I said to him after the game that the performance was more like the player that we signed.

“Against Irvine Meadow it was the same where he led the line well and linked the play, which we are continuing to work with him on because it’s not a role he’s been asked to do as much.

“He likes to play on the shoulder and get in behind but he knows that if he is playing number nine for us he needs to link the play at times.

“He got a proper strikers goal in that game as well and he could have got another in the second-half but I’m happy for him to get a couple of goals recently.”

Clydebank return to action this weekend when they host Pollok in the West of Scotland Cup. Kick-off on Saturday is at 1.30pm.