CONOR LANGTON was "buzzing" after he marked his comeback from injury with a goal over Ormiston.

The former Falkirk youngster has been missing after damaging tissue in his knee during Sauchie's friendly against East Stirlingshire and has been itching to get back onto the pitch ever since.

Langton returned to action with a bang on Saturday as his header helped snap the Reds' winless run and put the East Lothian outfit to the sword in the Alex Jack Cup.

"I woke up early as anything on Saturday and was just buzzing to get back out there and playing," Langton told Advertiser Sport.

"My Saturdays were rotten and I just wanted to get playing again.

"I went into a tackle against East Stirlingshire and damaged tissue in my knee and I have been desperate to get back.

"I am still not fully fit and was only supposed to play half an hour, but big Mark (Finlayson) got injured so I ended going on and had a good game.

"It was a good day to come back and get a win."

Langton's goal added to efforts from Lewis Small and David Cross which gave Sauchie their first win of the season and under caretaker duo Darren Cummings and Darren Petrie.

The 20-year-old continued: "We did really well and had a lot of chances to maybe make it five or six. They weren't the best, but they worked hard.

"We weathered the storm when they were trying to get a goal and big Brett (Young) kept us in it.

"We came out in the second half and just kept the ball and they didn't have a single shot on target."

The Darrens will remain in charge of the Beechwood Park outfit for the foreseeable future while Martin Mooney continues to take time out for family reasons.

Langton played with the two coaches last season and believes his former team-mates will help to get the best out of the side.

"It's a shame with Martin but family has to come first," Langton said. "It has been a bit weird but it is not so bad that it's the Darrens who have taken over and we know them.

"I hope they get the chance to lead the team and we don't know how long Martin will be away for.

"We have a good relationship with them and having played with them on the park there's a bit of respect.

"They definitely know the game better than me and have played it for years. I've just got to take it on the chin and when they shout at me not to shout back."