FORMER Largs Thistle star Creag Little says he can't wait to get back to playing football - as he recalled one of the greatest days of his career 12 months on.

It was a year ago this week that Little skippered Thistle to an incredible 4-3 aggregate victory over Hurlford United to reach the Scottish Cup final, which Largs lost 2-0 to Auchinleck Talbot.
Despite the disappointment of cup final defeat, he says the semi-final win at Blair Park was a career highlight.
He told the News: "It was brilliant. I don't think anyone expected us to reach the final.
"It was an amazing run with some big wins like the memorable 5-0 victory in the quarter final against Kilwinning Rangers.
"Our midfield playmaker Mark Millar was sensational but it was a tremendous team effort, and one of Barrfields' best ever days.
"It was just great to see everyone celebrate in the quarters and semis; that feeling will stay with me forever.
"To see that huge crowd at New Douglas Park was really special too. It just wasn't meant to be on the day.
Little was signed by manager Pat McIlvogue a way back in 2012, and endured plenty of ups and downs.
Performing the 'Great Escape' from the relegation trapdoor, and securing promotion to the Premier League on the last day of the season, were two of many highlights.

Largs and Millport Weekly News: Creag celebrating with the team as last years semi final victory at Blair ParkCreag celebrating with the team as last years semi final victory at Blair Park
He has been plying his trade with Queen's Park in Scottish League Two since the summer, taking the scalp of Premier League Hamilton Accies in the league cup group phase and Championship side Queen of the South in the Scottish Cup.
Little and fellow centre half Nicky Jamieson, both left Largs together for Queens, and both are good friends, having signed for Largs at around the same time. 
He said: "It has been a massive learning curve. The stadium and the facilities at Queen's Park are incredible, it is a big step up from the juniors and a big commitment.
"One of the last games we played was away at Brechin City which meant I had to leave my work at Mackies in Largs at 2pm and I didn't return until 1am.
"Queens Park is very much a family club and a community club first and foremost with a devoted and loyal following."
He has also came up against one of Scottish football's prolific strikers in Queen of the South's Stephen Dobbie - and kept the top hitman quiet.
Little said: "You could see the quality that Dobie has, and you had to be switched on and focussed at all times, but playing against guys like that makes you a better player."
With Queens Park going full-time in the summer, the ex-Largs man is now looking to the future with football unlikely any time soon.
Mark Roberts brought the defender to Hampden at the start of the season before ex-Falkirk boss Ray McKinnon took over in the hot seat.
Little said: "I have a lot of time for Mark and I liked him as person and have to thank him for giving me my chance.
"The club has taken a different direction with Ray McKinnon, who is well known around Scotland and he has brought a different set-up to the club."
The Largs local still keeps track with what is happening at his old club and has praised the young side for doing well in the Premier Division.
He added: "I keep a track with what is happening with Largs and was on the phone to manager Stuart Davidson the other week. I still keep in touch with the cup final team on our phone group chat and we all went out for a night out in Largs at the start of the year - we are still very close knit.
"I had a marvellous time at Largs over a seven year period and wish the club all the best for the future."