Stirling Albion manager Stuart McLaren hopes his side can build on Saturday's 1-0 win over Clyde following a slow start to the season.
The Binos, who go to East Fife in the Scottish Cup this weekend, remain second from bottom in Ladbrokes League 2 but are only four points outside the top four in a tight division.
McLaren said: "Clyde was our best performance of the season - it was only 1-0 but we should have scored more goals. We looked a threat and we restricted Clyde to very few chances.
"I've always felt we had the quality in the squad to do well and that is the level of performance we are looking for every week."