Twin brothers William and George Sewell are new signings for Largs Thistle who have stepped up from the under 21s and hope to make a double impact!
The 21 year olds featured for the first team against Morton and Tranent in recent friendlies with William having notched an almighty 61 goals last season while defender George also caught the eye with his robust displays.
Indeed, fans will already be familiar with George after he featured for the full team as a trialist in three Premier League matches last season and was involved in two victories, while William has now scored two goals in two games for Thistle in pre-season already.
Speaking to the 'News' William said he is under no illusions that it will be a tough challenge to break into the first team squad, but said it is one that he will relish, and has already picked up some important pointers from boss Stuart Davidson and the coaching team.
William said: "I am sure I will learn a lot in the juniors.
"It is going to be a lot tougher to score but I want to take my chances when they come.
"It is a great group of guys and with Scott Adam and Jamie McKenna upfront, it is going to be great learning from them."
Training started last week in preparation for the friendlies, and William said he was enjoying the rigorous sessions.
"It is a high standard and very intense," the goalscorer said, "At first it was so quick and it took me a short while to adapt.
"It is great as everyone is strong on the ball and everyone is getting fitter and fitter and raring to g o for the friendly fixtures coming up."
Brother George featured for Largs in the Premier Division last season as a trialist in three games and was tested against the likes of Auchinleck Talbot, Glenafton and Troon.
Likewise, William also featured briefly for Thistle in a first team friendly so both are familiar with the set-up at Barrfields.
William said: "My brother George is a very hard but fair player and is good on the ball. I heard that he managed to hold his own in these big games last season."
And the striker was fulsome in praise for boss Arnie: "He is by far the best coach that I have ever had.
"It is even the little things you don't realise that he picks up upon and tells you what you are doing wrong so I am doing it better already.
"He is so good to be around and he helps out a lot.
"He does push you and you have to work but if you want to win and be best you have to show dedication, and wants the best for the team."
Last season William bagged a double hat-trick in one game, and remarkably, wasn't even playing in a striker's role at the start of the season.
"I have to credit Chris Monk for first selecting me last season.
"I was originally in central midfield, and asked me to have a shot upfront, and I scored a hat-trick in my first game.
"He then decided I should just stay upfront, and it really worked out well!"
The Thistle young buck said he has a lot of learning as he jumps up to Premiership level but is determined to make his mark.
He added: "It may add some pressure when you see the townspeople as they will congratulate you after a win but if you have a bad game I am sure they will tell you too!
"Pulling on the gold and black colours is something special - and I think it is going to be a good season."

Pic: John Keachie.