Peterhead’s Rory McAllister is hoping to pick up a second League Two winners’ medal tomorrow.
But the circumstances this time around could not be more different to when he helped the Blue Toon win the division four years ago.
In 2014 the Buchan side strolled to the title, winning by 13 points. This time around it’s gone to the final day and it’s out of their hands.
Peterhead need to beat Edinburgh City at Balmoor and hope rivals Montrose lose to Elgin at Links Park.
The SPFL have booked a helicopter to take the trophy from Links Park to Balmoor should the Gable Endies slip up.
Striker McAllister said: “It would be really different to winning the last one because we had it sewn up by the middle of April.
“If we do win on Saturday it will be some buzz because it’s the last day and it will be a whole different experience.
“Winning League Two again will be up there as a career highlight.
“But it will be weird emotionally because last time we won it with games to spare but this time it’ll be different as it’s on the last day.
“It would be good if we could win the league but if we don’t we’ve just got to get our heads round it and go into the play-offs and win the play-offs.”
McAllister has been impressed with Montrose, but is hoping sixth-placed Elgin can shock the Gable Endies tomorrow.
The Blue Toon talisman added: “Montrose would have wanted to win the league last week but we took it to the last day by beating Elgin.
“Elgin definitely have capable players. If someone like Shane Sutherland, who used to play for us, turns up on his day he is good enough to cause any defence in the league problems.
“I’ll give him a wee text, asking him to help us out.
“Montrose keep scoring early goals, I just hope they don’t score early and we hopefully get an early goal and put the pressure on.
“I know they only need a draw but if Elgin score first the pressure might get too much for them.
“We’ve just got to concentrate on our game and we’ll hear the score from Montrose.”
While the aim for Peterhead this season has been to win the title, if they do finish second they will still have the chance to gain promotion to League One through the play-offs.
McAllister said: “We’ve been on a good run in the last few games and even when we didn’t play well, like last week against Elgin, we still got the result.
“Going into the play-offs, we’d like to think we’ll get promoted at the end of them but you never know with the play-offs.
“The goal is to be back in League One. It doesn’t matter how we get there but it would be nice to win the league.”