LOSSIEMOUTH skipper Kevin Flett admits reaching the final of the Highland League Cup would be reward for all the hard work at the club this season.
Even getting to the last four of the showpiece end to the season would have been unthinkable earlier in the campaign.
However, as Lossiemouth have improved and added some experience to their squad, they have become the shock troops of the competition.
Flett knows they will need to take their performance to another level to get the better of Clach in Inverness on Saturday.
“It would be magic if we could do it but it will be a tough game,” he said.
Flett said manager Stevie Dunn and assistant Jim Stables hard workded hard to turn things round.
“If we could get to a cup final; and obviously we have a lot of work to do to get there, it would be a great reward for them.”
Read the full interview with Kevin Flett in ‘The Scot’ print version.