Largs manager Stuart Davidson believes his players have it all to prove as they aim to bounce back from Saturday's bruising cup defeat at Kirriemuir.

Thistle are looking for some home comforts as they face basement boys Rob Roy on Saturday in the Premier Division.
Kirriemuir's only recent competitive victory came in the previous round in the cup at Maud, and Largs were heavy favourites to go through.
Thistle now have four games, possibly five, at Barrfields this November starting with basement boys Kirkintilloch Rob Roy.
But it is abundantly clear Largs can take nothing for granted after recent performances as Thistle need to bounce back quickly after their recent shock dip in form, and now face one of their bogey teams who are also desperate to get points on the board.
In response to the cup exit, which is a major blow to the club just four months after their glorious run to the Scottish Cup final at New Douglas Park, Davidson said: "There are no excuses. The players have shown against Clydebank, Hurlford and Kilbirnie what they are capable of,
"It has put quite a bit of doubt in my mind how far this team can go.
"I thought we could get somewhere, but I am not going to beat about the bush, the players have got a lot of work to do to prove to me that they are good enough and can play at this level.
"Kirriemuir sat with three at the back and wing backs sitting deep and made it hard for us in terms of creating chances, but we need to be better.
"It was hard to break them down but our forwards need to do more and be more of a handful.
"We didn't do enough to get through. 
"We didn't start well enough, and we didn't play well enough, and we gave away cheap goals.
"It is the Scottish Cup and at the end of the day you have to really want it. They took their chances and we didn't."
"We are going into this Rob Roy game, and we know that you can't take anything for granted in this league whether you are facing the bottom team or the top - but at the moment I don't even think you can take anything for granted with our team either. 
"After recent disappointing performances, I think the players have a lot to prove.
"I will have to re-assess it again this week - it is easy for a manager if a team is winning when it comes to selecting a team but if the team is losing, they are making my job harder as I need to assess everybody and see who is going to be up for the challenge."

It is a 2pm kick-off on Saturday for Largs versus Rob Roy