Jason Brown has enjoyed his first full season of senior football with Peterhead and is desperate to end it by winning the League Two title.
The Blue Toon signed the defender last summer after he was released by Inverness Caley Thistle.
Since then the 21-year-old has been an ever present at right-back or centre-back.
Brown has enjoyed his football this term and wants to finish on a high. He said: “It’s my first real season at competitive football playing for points every Saturday.
“It’s been a good season so far and I’m hoping to finish the season strongly.
“It was a disappointment at the time leaving Caley Thistle but one door closes and another one opens.
“I’m enjoying every minute at Peterhead, it’s a great club.
“The main aim for us this whole season is to win the league and if we can accomplish that I think it will be a great season.”
Tomorrow, Peterhead face Clyde at Balmoor as they attempt to keep up the pressure on rivals Montrose.
The Gable Endies trail the Buchan side on goal difference but have a game in hand.
Brown knows every one of Peterhead’s last five games are vital.
He added: “It’s a massive game, one of the biggest of the season. I’m hoping we can turn up and bring our A-game and take a big three points.
“Every game is massive from here. We’re taking it one at a time and we’re not looking beyond ourselves.
“We’re just taking each game as it comes because they are all important and we need to come away with three points in all of them.”
Boss Jim McInally: “We don’t have any margin for error. It’s horrible when you’re not in control of your own destiny but we need to try to win games and change the cycle.
“This is what we play football for, to be involved in games like this when you’re trying to win the league.
“We’ve got to try to embrace it rather than be scared of it.”
Star striker Rory McAllister will play some part in the game despite an ankle knock.