After his long service to Fraserburgh was celebrated with a testimonial, Marc Dickson is aiming to win more silverware with the club.
The Broch stalwart’s 13 years with the club were celebrated with a showpiece game against Buchan rivals Peterhead at Bellslea on Saturday.
Dickson scored on his big day as Fraserburgh lost 2-1.
The 30-year-old enjoyed the day and having won seven trophies in his time with the Broch, Dickson is targeting more silverware this term.
He said: “There was a lot of organisation went into it and you just want it to go well.
“It was a good performance and a pity that we couldn’t get a draw because we conceded so late.
“But I’m chuffed that everyone came out to watch and I got a goal as well which tops it off.
“It was a great turnout and it was a nice day so thanks to everyone that came.
“This season you want to try to challenge for the league, get a cup run and a Scottish Cup run.
“We’ve done that in the last few years and once you get a taste for it you want to keep going. Mark Cowie has got us organised and we’re up for it and things are coming together.
“I’m not sure how much longer I’ll keep playing, but I feel fit, I’m still enjoying my football and I’ll just keep taking it season by season.”
Broch boss Mark Cowie said: “Guys like Marc deserve the occasion because he’s given 13 years to the club.
“He’s a big player for us and you see the best of Marc when he is up against the best players and Saturday was a great day for him and for his family.”
The Blue Toon took the lead after four minutes when Rory McALLISTER blasted a shot into the top right corner from 35 yards.
Peterhead dominated the first half, but Fraserburgh were the better side in the second period.
After Paul Campbell headed on to the crossbar and goalie Greg Fleming had made a number of good saves, Dickson equalised midway through the half.
DICKSON’S chip into the box bounced between Cameron Eadie and Fleming, who left the ball for one another under pressure from Campbell and it trundled into the net.
The game was won by Peterhead in stoppage time when they counter-attacked and Jamie STEVENSON ran through and slotted past keeper Peter Tait.