Largs boss Stuart Davidson says he will take points over sparkling performances as his side aim to climb out of the relegation zone when they take on Troon this Saturday.

The Thistle manager praised his players for coming back from two goals down against the East Ayrshire counterparts — but he admitted it was a bittersweet result after dropping two valuable points at Barrfields in the 3-3 thriller.
Thistle have momentum on their side after only one defeat in all competitions going back to August as they head to Portland Park for another big league match.
Largs are on great goalscoring form with top scorer Will Sewell having notched eight goals in the past three league games.
Thistle also face former fans’ favourite Ben Black who was on the scoresheet for Troon at the weekend in their 2-1 win over Rutherglen.
Troon sit in 10th spot in the PDM West of Scotland Premier Division with Largs a lowly 17th, but have two games in hand with which to close the six-point 
Davidson says a victory is crucial and won’t mind if his players put in a below par performance — as long as they can grind out the three points. 
He said: “We are capable of giving anyone a game and matching anybody but we need to win games by hook or by crook. 
“I don’t care how we win — it could be a good or bad display — as long as we get the winning goal.
“From what I have seen of Troon they are a very good side and I am expecting a tough 
“I was disappointed to finish the game 3-3 against Hurlford as it was more points dropped but at the same time I have got to praise the players as we fought back from 2-0 down and we played very well in phases of the match.”
Thistle have now lost only one game in 13 but it means little as Largs are still in 17th spot, and with up to seven teams getting relegated this season from the 20-team league, Davidson knows winning matches is crucial.
He said: “If we take our chances we win the game — it is that simple. 
“Hurlford didn’t have that many clear-cut chances and scored their first two goals from efforts from outside the box and then from a corner which was disappointing after we had given ourselves a chance by going 3-2 up and we should have seen the game out.
“We may be on a good run of games but when you get home and see the league table, wins in this league are all that matters and I don’t care how it happens — as long as we win come the full-time whistle.”