THE future is in good hands at Sauchie Juniors as talented teen Kris Kelly says the whole team were “buzzing” after their win.

Manager Fraser Duncan has called up some of the Sauchie’s under 20s players multiple times this season and 18-year-old Kelly is just one of the youngsters who has made the jump to a permanent spot in the senior squad.

Kelly, speaking to Advertiser Sport after Sauchie’s 8-0 triumph over Rosyth, said: “All the boys are buzzing.

“The first 10 minutes took us a bit to get into it, but then after that once we got the fist goal we pushed on from there, and all the boys were brilliant.

“I played last night as well, I’ve been playing Fridays and Saturdays so it’s a good opportunity for me to get game time with both teams.

“The boys were brilliant with me today, I got on the ball as much as I could and got the boys three points and we’re all buzzing.”

Kelly often plays two games of football in less than 24 hours as he plays Friday evenings with the under 20s and Saturdays with the senior squad but he feels it’s not too much as he loves playing football.

The teenager continued: “Starting with the under 20s, it’s a lot of minutes, but I love it, that’s what I want to do.

“I’d play football everyday if I could.”

The under 20s are on terrific form and are currently second in the league and have their eyes firmly set on winning the title.

Kelly said: “We’re only three points off the top the now so hopefully the team at the top, Preston, we beat them last week 4-2 so hopefully they drop some points so we can push on from there and try and win the league.”

The young ace, who started against Rosyth, said that his goal for the future is to break into the starting XI of the senior squad but knows it will be a tough task as the team is on excellent form.

He said: “The full squad, anybody could start and will give 100 per cent every game and everybody wants to start week in and week out.

“It’s a big squad now so everybody wants to get minutes.

“That’s why I’ve been going with the 20s to get some minutes, but I hope to impress the gaffer and I hope I can get into the first team.”