Binos back in hunt
outstanding. That’s nothing to do with me because I only get about four hours a week to work with the boys so that’s them as professionals. It shows what they can do when they are really tuned in.
“Perhaps playing a really good side has made them more switched on but we’ve got to strive to be that good on a weekly basis.”
He added: “The lads have gone through a hard time this season with a change of manager and a bit of disruption and they have reacted well. Hopefully this is a platform; it can’t be a flash in the pan. I’m already thinking about Annan which will be a hard game and we have to get ourselves ready for that.
“I’ve said since I came in that it’s all about catching the team in front. We don’t want to look behind us and obviously there are going to be ups and downs but it’s important that the points are totting up on a more consistent level than they were in the first couple of months, which they have been.”
The Stirling manager added: “The main thing that pleased me was our game management because in a lot of matches we have ended up really open. We got our goal and, although we didn’t sit in as such after that, we killed the tempo and won free-kicks – things that good
“The clean sheet is a massive thing for the players because they have seen off a team that are good at set-plays.
“They stood up and when they didn’t win the first ball they were hunting around in packs for the second ball and that showed their belief in each other. That unity is going to be so important in every game we play between now and May.
“Jason Marr wasn’t going to be used at all but he wanted to be on the bench and that