Mitch Megginson says winning the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup is just the start of what Cove Rangers hope to achieve this season.
The Aberdeen team lifted the famous old trophy on Friday after beating Junior side Banks o’ Dee in the final.
But Megginson says they are aiming to collect more silverware by the end of the campaign with the overall aim to retain the Highland League title and get promotion in League Two through the pyramid play-offs.
The striker said: “This is just the start of it – it’s nice to get a trophy early.
“But we’re not stopping here, we will try to win everything.
“We do have to manage what we do because the main aim is to win the league and get into League Two through the play-offs.
“That is the priority but we’ll be trying to win everything we can.
“Everybody to a man works hard in training and works hard during the week to prepare for games.
“I think our hard work shows when we are picking up trophies and it’s something that will continue in the weeks ahead.
“We don’t like losing, we don’t like drawing – we are only here to win games.
“Whether it was Falkirk we played in the Scottish Cup last season, or Banks o’ Dee in the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup final or anyone in the league, we’re here to win.”
Friday’s Shire Cup win was made sweeter for Megginson because Cove had lost in the last two finals to Buckie on penalties in 2016 and 1-0 to Formartine 12 months ago.
Victory at the third attemt also means Megginson has completed the clean sweep of medals, adding the Shire Cup to the Highland League, Highland League Cup and Aberdeenshire Shield.
He added: “That’s the one in my time in the Highland League that has been missing.
“I’ve had two chances at it and I didn’t want to let a third one slip.
“That (full set of medals) means a lot to me because as a player you are at the club to win trophies and win cups. So to win all of them in just over two seasons is great.
“The boys were excellent throughout and credit to Banks o’ Dee, they made it tough at times and passed the ball well at times.
“They are one of the toughest teams we’ve faced this season, but our quality shone through in the end and I think it showed in the scoreline.”
Megginson netted the final two goals in the 4-1 win over Dee on Friday and said: “It always great to score in a final, to get two was excellent.
“But the most important thing was to win the game.
“When Jordan MacRae came on he helped me and was different class.”