Daniel Park reckons Cove Rangers are set up to be a League Two team and wants them to prove it tomorrow.
The Highland League champions face Cowdenbeath at Central Park in the second leg of their League Two play-off.
The final is poised at 0-0 after last Saturday’s first leg at Harlaw Park.
Park believes Cove have the quality to play in League Two and wants them to show it by winning promotion.
The attacker said: “We’ve signed a couple of guys from Peterhead in Scott Ross and Ryan Strachan. Mitch Megginson was at Alloa before he came to us.
“Stuart McKenzie was at Montrose. We’ve had a few boys that have been playing at a higher level.
“We’re definitely set up to be in League Two and our results showed that in the Scottish Cup and the Irn-Bru Cup.
“We’ve beaten League One and League Two teams so it’s a good side we’ve got.
“It’s 90 minutes tomorrow and we know if we win we’ll be playing in League Two next season.
“So it’s a big incentive and could be nervy like it was at the start of the first leg.
“But you just have to look at our team and see the quality that runs through it to know that we have enough to get a win.”
Park believes there is more pressure on the Blue Brazil than Cove as they look to preserve their Scottish League status after 113 years.
He added: “They’ve got a lot more to lose than us. We want to play in League Two, but at the moment we are a Highland League team.
“For them to drop out would be catastrophic.
“There’s more pressure on them and I think you heard that in way their manager was after the game last Saturday and their players were pretty unhappy.
“We were unlucky not to win the first leg. But we know it will be a different game at Central Park, being at home suits the home team and it was the same for Spartans in the second leg.
“But we’ve been playing on the road for three years so it won’t phase us.
“We’re confident but we know it will be a tough game.
“If we could win it would be amazing, we’d be making history for the club and we’d be the first Highland League team to be promoted to League Two.
“It would be a great achievement for everyone. We’re an ambitious bunch and we’re at the right age if we do go up to make a go of it for a few years.”