Stenhousemuir boss Martyn Corrigan has seen his side lose their last two games – but wants exactly the same level of performance on Saturday at Forfar.
The Warriors have faced Rangers and Dunfermline, and despite two reverses, played well in both.
And Ochilview’s chief says the same again will suffice.
“I don’t think we deserved to lose to Dunfermline - it was a late sickener. In that game and against Rangers I was proud of my players and the way we played.
“They are the two teams at the top end of the division but I know we can do well if we keep it up.
“We have fallen away a bit since the Brechin game but have a full squad to choose from now - including Stewart Greacen – so with that in our favour I’m hopeful we can get back to winning ways.”
Greacen and Kevin McKinlay were also praised by the boss: “Kevin was a powerhouse in midfield against Rangers.
“We’ve been looking for a powerful replacement for Scot Buist for a while and they’re hard to find but Stew is the one - we jumped at the chance to get him.”