Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie wants to finish their season on a high note by securing a top-four Highland League finish.
The Broch play their final match of the campaign tonight against Strathspey Thistle at Seafield Park.
A win for the Bellslea outfit means they will pip Forres Mechanics to fourth spot on goal difference.
Finishing in the top four will secure a place in next season’s Challenge Cup.
Cowie believes fourth place would represent a good finish for his side, although a few weeks ago they were in pole position to finish second.
But four consecutive defeats in the league ended those hopes.
Cowie said: “I think overall we’ll be happy with the season because the goal was top four.
“We’ve amassed more points than last year and we’ve scored more goals in a league season than Fraserburgh have in their history.
“We’ve done a lot of good things but being in the position we were in second we’ve let it slip a wee bit. If we can turn up tonight and get a win we’ll finish in the top four.
“That’s what we’ve aimed for all season.
“after our drop in performances it’s important we pick up and finish the season strongly.”
This is Cowie’s third season in charge of Fraserburgh.
In his first they finished ninth in the table and then fifth last term.
A win in Grantown tonight would mean it has been another season of improvement for the Broch.
Cowie added: “We’ve always been a decent side, but we’ve just tried to add a bit of quality and add a couple of other dimensions to our game.
“We’ve done that and it’s been a long time since Fraserburgh have finished in the top four (2009/10 season) so hopefully it can be something to build on.
“If we can do it, hopefully it can help us build towards a top two finish which will probably be the aim for next season.”
A win tonight will earn them a place in next season’s Challenge Cup and it’s something Cowie would like to play in.
He said: “It gives the guys another competition to take part in, which is great because it’s a new experience for everyone.
“We’re not there yet and it will be another tough game because Strathspey have picked up quite a bit since the start of the season.”