Thistle boss Stuart Davidson has praised his side for a super win against Kilwinning - and wants another big performance to see off bogey team Rossvale this weekend.

Largs have a clean bill of health going into the Barrfields clash - with Thistle only recording one point out of six against The Vale last season.
Davidson said: "Rossvale will be every bit as big a game to us as against Kilwinning - they always make it hard for us and I expect this Saturday to be no different.
"Rossvale may not have had the best of starts but they are a good club and we need to be at it from the off to get a good result.
"I am pretty satisfied with the start of the season and to you have got to remember that we were a couple of weeks behind everyone else in our preparations for this season as we had a few players who had to self-isolate and miss a lot of training.
"We lost our first two games 1-0 and things weren't looking so great, but I thought we should have got something out of both of those games.
"During those games we were down to the bare bones and we hardly had a bench with the u20s having to come on and they gave a very good account of themselves."
"The boys are a credit to themselves - they love it at training and there is a real buzz - the boys kept positive.
"The big hope is that fans might return by the end of the season and we want to be in a good position in the league and cup so we can give everyone something to cheer about.."
Reflecting on Thistle's impressive 2-1 win at Kilwinning Rangers on Saturday, Davidson said: "With all the bookings in the game, I think Kilwinning were getting a bit frustrated and that was credit to our players.
"The early penalty put us ahead - it was the right decision by the referee as the ball hit both hands of the Kilwinning player. Addy (Scott Adam) took the responsibility and converted it.
"I thought it was well deserved so it was really disappointing to concede the Carlo Monti free kick just before half-time.
"The boys reacted well after half-time and we had a few chances to take the lead. Muiry (Graham Muir) hit the bar and we had a good chance hooked just past the post; there were also a few stramashes in the box. We kept battling away and our fitness and desire saw us through.
"The winning goal from Jack Haggerty was a right good piece of quality - he definitely has that in his locker.
"It was one of the goals of the season and there was some very good play leading up to it with Addy and Ben Black while Laurie McMaster did a good overlap run to create the space for Jack - I was delighted with the goal all round.
"Milky (Keir Milliken) was massive for us - when we were trying to see the game out you could see his experience in winning us throw-ins and corners and he took responsibility to see the game out.
"Kilwinning a team with hopes of getting promoted so for us to go down there and get this result speaks volumes for the players.
"It was also our first competitive game on grass this season - and sometimes we have struggled away from home so hopefully this is a turning point for the boys.
"Playing against ten men can sometimes be difficult as teams play in more of a defensive mode and it is harder to create chances - and that is why we have brought in players like Jack who can bring us that quality and try something different.
"There were a lot of bookings - I am not going to say whether I agreed with them or not but I think the referee set out his stall with an early booking and he was pretty consistent after that.
"The Kilwinning penalty claim - it was a shot which came off somebody and was straight at him and hit his shoulder which was at his side - to my mind it was not a penalty.
"The commentators on the live stream said that when Jack scored we celebrated as if we had won the league - but they obviously have short memories as that is exactly as how Kilwinning celebrated when they beat us at Barrfields last year so it was nice to turn the tables."