Berwick are preparing to take on league leaders Peterhead in what is another massive game for them this weekend.
But player-manager Colin Cameron and captain Lee Currie are both optimistic about their chances at Balmoor.
“We won’t go there with any fear,” said Currie.
“It will be another massive game for us, as they all are between now and the end of the season, but if we can play like we did against Montrose there is no reason why we shouldm’t take something from the game.
“After that we have two home games on the bounce, and if we can win them there is no reason why we shouldn’t be right back in the play-off picture going into the final weeks of the season.”
Currie said after a 4-0 hammering at Annan the week before the players were keen to make amends and against Montrose, when they won 5-0, he thought all the players were ‘fantastic.’
Cameron added: “Peterhead are a good side, but if we can pass the ball like we did against Montrose, we can go there looking for the win, not just to try and take a point.”
After Saturday’s home win over Montrose Cameron said he was particularly pleased that striker Scott Dalziel, who was introduced as a late substitute, had finally managed to score his first goal since the manager’s arrival.
“Scott has been desperate to score ever since I came here,” said the boss, “so it was nice to see him get on the scoresheet.”
Cameron also said he was pleased with the work-rate of fellow striker Darren Lavery, whose ‘levels had slipped’ in recent weeks.
“I asked Darren for a big game and he gave me it,” he said. “He got an early goal, but he got in behind the Montrose defence on several occasions, but there was no one to get on the end of his balls into the box.
“It was a good performance and a good result, but we have to try and keep the momentum going over the next few weeks, which will be crucial to our play-off hopes.”