ROSS Jack wants more of the same from his Elgin City side as they visit Clyde on Wednesday night aiming to go top of Division 3.
The Elgin manager is confident of victory if his players produce a similar performance to Saturday’s 6-1 thumping of Montrose.
"We set the standard," Ross said. "Now we need to reproduce this type of form week in, week out."
City know victory at Broadwood will take them above current leaders Queen’s Park into top spot, albeit having played a game more than their fellow challengers.
Jack is likely to field the same team which started against Montrose, meaning former Aberdeen duo Ross O’Donoghue and Dennis Wyness are expected to remain on the sidelines.
O’Donoghue may miss the next two weeks due to family circumstances, while Wyness’ recovery from injury received a setback when he tweaked his knee in training last week.
Elgin’s rampant display at the weekend allowed boss Jack to make some early substitutions, with one eye on the midweek visit to Cumbernauld.
Opponents Clyde were on the wrong end of a Scottish Cup shock defeat at Highland League Nairn in their last outing, but Jim Duffy’s side are also on the fringes of the Third Division play-off zone and will fancy a win themselves.
"It’s a huge game," Jack said. "Once Montrose was won and safe it was an opportunity to put on the subs and rest some of the key men for Wednesday.
"We’re concentrating on Clyde now. We know they will be fighting for their lives after losing to Nairn, and we’ve got to be ready for that.
Jack has challenged his players to take a minimum of ten points from a four-match league spell which began with the Montrose win, and also includes Saturday’s home game against Annan and the visit to Montrose the week after.
"The target is still to win three out of four and not lose," he said.
Read more about Elgin’s Broadwood visit in Friday’s Northern Scot.