The 28- year- old former Stonelaw pupil has been in good form at the start of this season, helping his side to a credible draw away to Dunfermline.
H e h a s a l s o s c o re d a g a i n s t Stenhousemuir in the league and Cowdenbeath in the Challenge Cup.
And the former Queen’s Park player will be hoping to improve on his side’s eighth place finish last year: “I think we should be looking for at least the play-offs this season.
“We had a disappointing season last year, which was not good enough by anyone’s standards.
“You’ve got the two full-time teams in Dunfermline and Morton who will probably be the favourites for the top two spots.
“Everyone else will be looking for a play-off.”
The winger has been pleased with his performances and the performances of his team mates so far this season - but admits they should have had two more points on the board: “We had a good result away to Dunfermline, who I think are rightly the favourites for the league.
“They’re one of only a few full-time teams in a primarily part time division. They’ve spent quite a bit of money throughout the summer.
“We had a good draw away from home against them. They had a lot of the ball but not many clear cut chances, in fact I’d say we had the best chances in the game.
“We went in to the Stenhousemuir game at home and were lucky enough to get the victory. After the first 20 to 25 minutes we were the stronger team for the rest of the match.
“Thankfully I was able to score a decent goal and get the three points.
“Saturday was disappointing against Stranraer. We had a 2-0 lead at half-time, they scored and then with just about the last kick of the ball they scored direct from a corner. That felt like a defeat more than anything.
“It’s not been a bad start to the season although we should have won against Stranraer and should have seven points out of nine instead of five.” Gunners Boys Club are looking for outfield players with some experience for their 2002s team. The club play in the Paisley and District League and train at the Lifestyle in Eastfield on Mondays and the Fernhill Community Centre on Wednesdays. Contact David on 07788235683. Savehands Goalkeeping currently have positions available at their Toryglen academies for ages eight-12 and 13-18. All coaching staff is involved with SPFL/ SWFL and qualified via the SFA and are PVG via Disclosure Scotland.
Contact them through their website www.savehandsgk. com, or call 0773 892 3403. Cambus Tigers 2005s and 2006s have spaces available for new players for both their teams. The 2005s train at Stonelaw on Wednesdays and Fridays from 6-8pm and play at Toryglen on a Sunday. The 2006s train at Eastfield on a Tuesday and Cathkin High on a Friday and play at Ravenscraig on the Sunday. For the 2005s contact Tam McAvoy on 0782 880 8250 and for the 2006s, Ian Haughey on 0788 158 1488.