Thistle's top scoring skipper Scott Adam is excited about the new adventure that lies in as Largs enter the West of Scotland senior league.

Scott finished second level top scorer in the Premier League with 18 goals - and has praised manager Stuart Davidson and fellow players for their efforts throughout the season.
The 31 year old said: "The new senior league is an exciting concept, with talk of an under 20s league on Friday evenings too.
"The new senior set-up is a bit of a step into the unknown but I think we have got to embrace it - we don't know yet how the new league is going to shape up, but we have to be positive going into it."
Largs finished 11th in the Premier League when the season came to an abrupt end - and given the turnaround of players after last season's cup final, Scott reckons that the players should hold their heads high.
He said: "We probably picked up points we shouldn't have against the likes of Clydebank and Hurlford but we managed it through sheer determination and guts.
"We did well early in the season and had a bit of a blip midway through but to finish in a comfortable league position was a hell of an achievement.
"We lost a lot of creative players like Mark Millar last summer but the new look team has a lot of pace and energy about it."
One of the West Kilbride man's most important goals of the season was the winner against his former side Glenafton in the West of Scotland Cup 2nd round.
He said: "We knew were in for a hard game and had to withstand lots of pressure, with Kane O Neill setting up the chance for met to tap home. It is just a shame we never got the opportunity to carry on against Girvan in the next round."
One of the personal highlights for Thistle's talisman was his spectacular lob from inside the centre circle at Clydebank.
Scott said: "Our goalkeeper coach had observed that the Clydebank keeper was high off his line and I thought I'd give it a go.
"I usually finish chances off from six yards but I gave it by best effort and was delighted to see it sail over the keeper's head and into the back of the net."
The hot-shot striker's career came to standstill midway through his career when he suffered a cruciate ligament injury when playing for Glenafton, ironically against Largs.
He was out the game for 18 months and returned to football via West Kilbride amateurs where he played along his brother Calum who is a full-back, when Largs manager Stuart Davidson came calling.
Scott recalled: "There had been a bit of a turnover that summer with James Marks leaving, and Arnie wanted to freshen things up.
"We managed to finish third in the First Division and secure promotion."
Scott certainly made a big impact, scooping another hat-trick in a trio of titles at Largs Thistle's annual Player of the Year celebration. 
The big forward notched 23 goals to and was recognised by players and supporters with the Player's Player of the Year, Supporters Player of the Year, and top scorer awards.
Moving up to the Premier was exciting and we just wanted to consolidate that season but playing with good players like Ben Black really suited my game, and the goals continued to flow, and then we went on that amazing cup run.
"It is a shame in the cup final - we didn't do ourselves justice - Auchinleck were quite happy to sit back and let us have the ball after they scored their early goal. We lost 4-3 to them at Barrfields earlier this season - I feel it is only a matter of time until we beat them."
Looking back the Scottish Cup run, Scott said: "The highlight was the semi final against Hurlford - I scored in the first leg which finished 2-2, and Hurlford were considered the favourites after that - but we dug in and backed each other up and deservedly went through to the final. We were maybe hit with a bit of stage fright in the first leg, and we were more ready for them in the second leg."
"The fifth round replay at St Roch's was incredible - we were 2-0 down with around 17 minutes to go, and looked down and out, before winning 5-2.
"You always know in a game if you can score the mentality changes - and our fitness was better on the heavy pitch - getting that first goal changed the momentum - and Jamie McGowan made a great save too.
"The 5-0 win over Kilwinning in the quarter final was fantastic - I never expected us to do that, specially given we had lost 3-1 to them in the league the week before.
"This season has undoubtedly been a learning curve - we lost around 10 players last summer from the squad so it was a bit of a turnover with all the younger guys coming in and we did very well to get ourselves into a good position, and picked up enough points. The boys did really well.
"I have enjoyed having the responsibility of being captain of Largs - I was a bit surprised to be asked but have led from the front, and tried to use my experience to benefit the younger players in the side."