Largs Thistle boss Stuart Davidson has heaped praise on his players for their fantastic 'Great Escape' - and has urged his side to go out and win their last game of the season.

Davidson told the News that he wanted the side to stay focussed for this Saturday's game at Rob Roy as a victory could see Largs finish 10th in the overall standings which would be a remarkable feat.
Last Saturday, Thistle recorded an impressive 3-0 win over fourth placed Clydebank in the league with a double from Will Sewell and a header from Cory Hughes ensuring the club's survival in the top flight for another season.
Speaking to the News, Davidson said: "Clydebank are a good side but we had a job to do and the boys were professional and got the result we needed.
"Since the quarter final defeat to Petershill which was a massive disappointment, the boys have shown a great attitude - the next couple of games after that we maybe didn't win but I knew we were still battling or it and eventually we got our rewards.
"I can't give the boys enough credit - they have been absolutely fantastic and they look a really good team.
"We have had four clean sheets and scored lots of goals - it is all down to the boys - they have been brilliant.
"I don't think the first half was pretty and given the situation we are in it has been a wee bit edgy and panicky but we stuck to our tasks and other teams get frustrated and we have the talent up front to get the goals. It is all down to hard work and being hard to beat.
"There is a lot of quality in this side- there has been more quality than perhaps we have shown in recent games as we have had to play differently - and we had to show the other side of our game - the hard work, determination and the desire, and the quality has shone through."
The Thistle manager also had strong words of praise for hard working skipper Scott Adam who has been an unsung hero.
He said: "Obviously Will has been the one banging the goals in and on form, but I am sure Will is the first one to recognise the difference Scott Adam has made to him upfront.
"Addy has been playing with a knee that has been sore and he has been nursing it and getting through it - and he has taken the weight off Will by taking the knocks and getting his body in, and as the captain of the team he has been absolutely superb in this.
"Connor McGoldrick came in and wins his headers and even for such a big guy he puts his foot in and is good on the ball and that has helped steady the defence.
"In terms of the team and the squad in general- their attitudes have been spot on and they have really wanted to keep the club in the Premier League.
"A lot of people had us down before Christmas and the boys have really stood up to the challenge, and showed some people wrong.
"I told the boys to make sure they give the supporters a round of applause when coming off the park on Saturday as they have stuck by us through thick and thin this season and have been fantastic. 
"I know we used to say that we were a young side but to a man every one of the players have taken responsibly and stood up to the challenge and become men - it has been a big step up for them in their careers, and they deserve immense credit.".
* Largs Thistle are running a bus to the last game of the season against Rob Roy which is taking place at Duncansfield Park in Kilsyth. The bus arrives at Barrfields on Saturday at 10.30am for a 10.45am departure. To reserve a seat contact Ryan on 07903 095193.