Largs Thistle boss Stuart Davidson is wanting to get three points on the board as they face a testing visit to Clydebank's 4G playing surface on Saturday. 2pm kick-off at Holm Park, Yoker.
Davidson said: "For us it is just about getting back to winning ways.
"Clydebank will be a hard place to play against.
"The boys are learning quickly - and you can see the progress that has been made - you can see George Sewell and Blair McIntyre, who came up from under-21s league, and Ross Love from Ayr United Under-18s, coming up against seasoned professionals and learning.
"If you look at last Saturday, Pollok had former senior players and seasoned juniors in their ranks, including on their subs bench.
"But the youngsters never give up and we nearly got an equaliser at the end but it wasn't to be.
"You are going to get spells where you are under pressure against the top teams - if you can deal with it, great, you have got to get through these spells, but when we had our spell we didn't take our chances."

Will Sewell is considered a doubt after he was injured in last week's Cumnock encounter, while midfield maestro Paul Harkins missed last week because he was on holiday.

Largs have been boosted by yesterday's signing of Morton youngsters Ben Eardley and Kieran Brophy on loan. See here
Thistle are searching for their first away victory of the season and can take heart from recently promoted Rossvale's surprise win at Clydebank in the opening game of the season.
Clydebank have improved greatly since then though and beat Ladeside 5-2.
However, over the years Largs have built up a strong rivalry with Bankies and have regularly managed to overturn the odds.