Arbroath manager Dick Campbell is hoping his side can seal the Ladbrokes League 2 title with victory over Stirling Albion at Forthbank on Saturday.
The Red Lichties are a point clear of local rivals Forfar Athletic, who face Annan Athletic at Station Park. Campbell spent more than seven years as Forfar boss and has been in charge of Arbroath since replacing Todd Lumsden 14 months ago.
He told Ladbrokes News: "We’ve had a successful campaign. I’ve only been here since last March when we were bottom of the league, so our objective this season was to get to the play-offs and we’ve done that.
“We haven’t won anything yet, but you’d have to say it’s been a reasonably successful season. It’s a work in progress and progress is the main word there. We’re a good football club, with good players, and I’m very happy with things currently.
“We have one game left, and if you’d said to me at the start of the season that we’d have to win our last game to win the championship, I’d have been happy. There’s no better time to go top of the league than the last game.
“In the first half of the season we drew nine games and that was a big, big problem for us but in terms of amassing points, Forfar had a sensational start. On January 2, we were 11 points behind them but never was there anything apart from positivity coming from our camp.
“Winning championships and promotions are what it’s all about. I’ve been in the dug-out for over 1,250 games – that why I’ve got no hair! Days like Saturday are what drives you on and keeps you motivated."