THE Sauchie faithful have yet another hero to add to their collection and Danny Kleinman showed why with a brace against Rosyth on Saturday.

The 23-year-old opened the scoring with a clever lobbed effort inside the game’s opening five minutes and later slotted one home in the second half, either side of Craig Anderson’s effort for the visitors.

And while Peter Maxwell popped up at the death to win it for the hosts and make it two from two at Beechwood, it’s Kleinman who took home all the plaudits for another fine display to enhance his growing reputation in the Wee County.

Kleinman told Advertiser Sport: “It’s a bit of a buzz and to get the goal at the end set’s up the weekend.

“It was a tiring game and we were pressing high for a lot of it and I took a couple of head knocks which made it a bit difficult running around. But getting a couple of goals set’s you up.

“I took the ball and dinked the keeper from a bit far out. I was quite proud of that one myself!

“It’s seem to be going on not too bad and I think I have scored four in the last five, so I will take that.”

The former Westfield Colts man is one of the relatively experienced heads in the Sauchie dressing room, with many of the players still yet to pass their teens.

But Kleinman is just as new to the Junior game as the rest and admits it’s a step up from where he’s played before.

“We won the league unbeaten last year which was quite a good season,” he continued. “It’s a step up from the amateur game and playing in a stadium with some fans behind you is appealing.

“I want to see how far I can take it and I was keen to give it a try.

“There’s a lot more fitness involved and you’ve got to be a wee bit sharper. You can see it in the guys in our team and the guys in the other teams.

“But you’ve just got to try and be there and keep up with them.

“You’ve got to put your all into every game and see where it takes you. The team we have got right now shows you everyone is doing it and it’s working.

“I’d like to just see if we can put our all into this season and see if we can win the league. I don’t know where they have their sights set on but we go out to win every game we play.

“I’d like to score every game but it’s a team game at the end of the day and winning is all that matters.”

Rosyth headed to the Wee County as heavy favourites to take all three points and their starting eleven featured a former Kelty Hearts player.

However, Kleinman insists the Wee Sauchie don’t care about who they are up against and will only worry about their own game in the months ahead.

He said: “I try not to really worry about who we are playing against or where the players are coming from.

“I just play my own game and see what I can get done on the park.”