New Berwick Rangers manager Colin Cameron is setting his sights high - and has targeted an end of season play-off place.
In his first game in charge, against Stirling Albion on Saturday, Rangers gave the new gaffer a dream start with a comprehensive 4-0 victory.
And afterwards Cameron said that if they continued to play in the same manner there was no reason why they shouldn’t achieve their goal.
“The players have set themselves high standards and I will be looking for more of the same in the coming games,” he said.
“That’s the first win under our belts, and if we can continue to play like that there is no reason why we shouldn’t make the play-offs at the end of the season. That is the target. This is a challenge, but I will face it and I want to take this club to the first division.”
Cameron says he intends to use the remainder of the January transfer window to add to his squad - the club made money available to his predecessor Ian Little - and he said the hope was to add at least two new faces -a striker and a wide man.
“The arrival of a new manager and a couple of new players can give everyone at the club a lift, and I am hopeful that is what will happen here,” he said.
“I am just through the door and it will take me a few weeks to assess what I have to work with. I don’t know too much about some of the players, but Robbie (Horn) my assistant, has been bringing me up to speed, and he has a massive role to play over the coming weeks.”
The former Scotland international, who won 28 caps for his country, stepped down from his role as manager at Cowdenbeath in November, a year after taking them to the old second division championship..
He said there will always be a level of expectation from the fans, but feels he is up to the challenge.
“There is always pressure,” he said, “but it’s how you deal with it.
“When I agreed to take over it was all done pretty quickly. I got a phone call on the Monday asking if I would be interested in the job, and on Tuesday the deal was done. I had my views on which way the club could be moving, and when I spoke with the chairman (Brian Porteous) it was obvious we were singing from the same hymn-sheet.”