SAUCHIE JUNIORS manager Fraser Duncan says he’s delighted with his squad as they continue an impressive winning run.

Duncan’s team have won their last seven games, across three different competitions, scoring 28 goals in the process.

He told Advertiser Sport: “We’re doing well; we’re playing good football, and we’re scoring goals and creating chances so it’s good.

“We’re keeping a hold of the ball really well and I’m just happy overall, to be honest. There’s a long way to go.

“I’m delighted, I’m chuffed to bits and the whole squad’s being used. There were players rested on Saturday and the boys who came in done brilliantly so it’s great to be working with them at the minute.”

Duncan hasn’t been afraid to rotate his team and players are answering the call when they come into the squad.

He continued: “The boys are finally showing what they’re capable of and that’s the pleasing thing for me, there’s goals coming from all over the park.

“We just need to keep doing what we’re doing, keep putting the ball in the back of the net.

"There’s obviously still a lot to play for, we’re in a good spot. We’re sitting alright in the league, if we keep putting points on the board we’ll finish in a good place.

“Games are coming thick and fast, we just need to keep pushing it and see where we end up.

“This is where we earn our money because it’s all about how we set up for different games.

"Every game’s different, there’s certain games we need certain players and it’s working well for us at the moment.

"I’ve got boys performing brilliantly for us, I’ve got boys playing out their skin and it’s all coming together nicely.

“It’ll be interesting to see how the next few weeks go, there’s a lot of big games coming up. That’s what the boys want, especially when we’re playing so well.”

Sauchie travel to Linlithgow Rose in the Challenge Cup tomorrow night, before facing Blackburn United in the league this weekend

Thanks to Sauchie’s Scottish Cup run, weather postponements and other cup runs, Duncan’s team have at least three games in hand over every team in the league.

For some teams, they have six games in hand.

Duncan continued: “We want to go as high as we can. We’re looking for 5th spot, that would be a great achievement for us and it would set us up nicely for going into next season.

“That won’t just come along automatically, we’re going to have to go out and work for that.

"We’ll have to work really hard for that. It’s a strange position, having all these games in hand.”