Largs boss Stuart Davidson has admitted that his players have surpassed even his own expectations to finish tenth in the PDM Buildbase West of Scotland Premier League.

Thistle performed one of the greatest escapes in their history after looking in serious danger of the drop.
Once more Largs proved the doubters wrong with an astonishing change in fortunes to pull off a series of top quality displays and become the in-form team in the league along with league leaders Darvel.
Remarkably, Thistle have finished the league as third level top scorers with 79 goals, with top scorer Will Sewell bagging 41 goals in all competitions this season.
Largs completed the season with a robust performance to see off Kirkintilloch Rob Roy, and boss Stuart Davidson told the News he couldn't be happier with the attitude and application of his players over the past few months.
Asked whether he envisaged six games ago that Largs could go on such an astonishing run of victories, he said: "As much as I thought the boys were capable, I never really thought we would have gone on a run like this.
"The form was up and down at that point in time so I did not expect this - as much as I thought the boys had the potential to do it they weren't showing any signs of it.
"But all credit goes to the players - they've just dug in and got the wins and played some good football in the process.
"Against Rob Roy it wasn't as pretty and was spoilt for one reason or another. 
"We were down to ten men and we didn't panic and got the penalty to go 2-0 up; it shows you the character of the team through the determination.
"Addy (Scott Adam) has worked his socks off, and he put the defender under pressure.
"Addy has put in a really good shift and scored the winning goal which I was delighted about."
Davidson admitted that there were frustrations with the refereeing on the day, and said 'one of two things could have been handled better' but had no complaints with any of the major decisions in the game.
The gaffer added: "We could have actually won it with a bit more of a cushion with Sean McLeod's effort which was just cleared off the line, and the keeper just got a touch to Simon McBryde's effort to push it on to the bar.
"It was a different challenge to recent weeks as we were down to ten men and we were 1-0 up - we had to see it out although they were also reduced to ten men but the boys showed character.
"The players have grown up and become men and they really worked hard to get a grip of the game.
"When things go wrong you can't panic you just have to re-group and keep working hard. Rob Roy also made things difficult for us.
"It has not been plain sailing at times this season, and there have been times when the boys have been up against it and have knuckled down at times and got the result."
Davidson said he made changes as some of the players were in Seville supporting Rangers against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa Cup Final, and he felt both McLeod and Ross Love were deserving of their chance.
The boss continued: "We have always had a good squad and both these players have been patient and worked hard at training , and they came in and did well on Saturday."