Largs Thistle manager Stuart Davidson has committed himself for next season as he looks to guide the exciting and talented group of players on to great things next season.

Speaking to the News, Davidson said: "I have been speaking to the players and the club and I love being at Largs Thistle and proud to be their manager and I am happy to be here for next season and to kick on again and build on this team that has showed so much potential throughout the season but finally look like they are reaching that potential."
Uppermost on Davidson's mind will be replacing Will Sewell who has signed for Stenhousemuir after making an amazing impact last season with 41 goals.
Another influential player is Connor McGoldrick who has put in some giant defensive performances and his return to the side after injury also co-incided with Thistle's revival.
Looking back on the season, the Thistle boss said: "We have a good squad and I have spoken to all the boys and everybody is happy to be here so we want to build on that for next season.
"I think it has been a very tough season for us - one of the hardest on and off the park just with changes and things happening and having to deal with certain issues but we got through it.
"I got a bit frustrated a few months ago with it all and when I look back I am a wee bit annoyed because if you keep working hard and stick with it things even themselves out and you get your rewards.
"I have not been the easy to deal with this year as I got a bit frustrated at times but maybe that is down to the pressure of this season but we got through it and that is thanks to the players and it has been an enjoyable end to the season."
Next season sees a 16 team Premier League which will be made up of the following sides: Arthurlie, Auchinleck, Beith, Cambuslang Rangers, Clydebank, Cumnock, Darvel, Irvine Meadow, Glenafton, Hurlford United, Kilwinning Rangers, Kirkintilloch Rob Roy, Largs Thistle, Pollok, Petershill, Troon
The title winners go through to the South of Scotland league play-offs, while relegation sees three teams definitely go down, or four, depending on whether the top side wins the South of Scotland play-offs or not.

It was a hat-trick awards for Thistle's goal machine Will Sewell after he netted more success at the club's Player of the Year awards.
The event was recently hosted at the masonic hall in Largs with Will walking away with the Player of the Year, Player's Player of the Year, and top scorer award after his contribution of 41 goals which was a major influence in Thistle retaining their place in the West of Scotland Premier Division this season.

Largs and Millport Weekly News: Player of the Year sponsor Tommy Scoullar, star striker Will Sewell, and Thistle interim President Ryan ScottPlayer of the Year sponsor Tommy Scoullar, star striker Will Sewell, and Thistle interim President Ryan Scott
Another important influence was the stunning final six games in which all the players pulled off remarkable performances to push Largs out of the relegation places and into the top half of the table to finish off the season in style.
Midfielder Stuart Faulds received the award for the top goal of the season against Beith, and a long service award for six outstanding seasons was given to Laurie McMaster after he passed the 150 games mark early in the season away at Blantyre.

Largs and Millport Weekly News: Long service award - Laurie McMaster and Ryan ScottLong service award - Laurie McMaster and Ryan Scott
The Archie Dickie Award went to the joint interim president and match secretary Ryan Scott for his dedication to the role this season as voted upon by the committee.
Ryan said: "It has been a challenging season for us all both on and off the park, but we must give credit to each and every one of our players and backroom staff for what they have done for us especially in the last few weeks. 
"It has simply been outstanding. I must also commend all of our volunteers, both committee and otherwise, for their commitment this season. There is so much that goes on behind the scenes to make sure training, matches and events like this go ahead smoothly.
"I would be here all night If I was to try and name everyone who has made this season run smoothly, but they know who they are.
"I would like to thank Tommy and Betty Scouller for kindly sponsoring the awards ceremony."
* Food for thought - it was well done to Joyce Scott and Linda Maxwell from the canteen who were presented with flowers by the club interim president and secretary Ryan Scott.