Clyde boss Jim Chapman says the hard work starts now for his players as they prepare for the first league game of the season.
The Bully Wee had a good showing in the Betfred Cup despite missing out on a place in the next round.
And according to Chapman, there was plenty of positives to take from the four matches.
He said:“It was very good for us. I really like the format. Of course the four games in 10 days is a lot for a part-time side but in these games we were able to shape the squad up for preparation for the league.
“It’s not every week you get to play against Premiership or Championship teams so from these games it was positive.”
Clyde travel to Berwick Rangers this weekend on the opening day of LeagueTwo.
The Wee Gers finished bottom of their League Cup group with a single point. And although Chapman will be aware of their poor finishing, he knows Saturday’s game will not be easy.
“I’ve got experience of being in the