One Warrior with a reason to smile after ‘Muir’s poor performance against Forfar was Falkirk Herald Starshot winner, Stewart Kean.
The striker has hit 13 goals in all competitions this term, but that tally does not tell the complete story.
Never one to hide, the former St Mirren and Ayr front man is just as happy to create as score, telling Heraldsport: “I don’t care who scores the goals as long as we win,” he said, “If I can lay them on I am just as happy.”
Putting aside the disappointment of missing out on a play-off spot the 29 year old told Heraldsport, “No one has mentioned anything yet about next season and we will come in on Thursday, but I have enjoyed it here and would be delighted to put pen to paper for another year.
“Winning the Starshot Trophy is a great honour and I would like to thank the Falkirk Herald for putting up the yearly award.
“It was a very disappointing way to end the season, especially the way the other results have gone.
“We started off horribly then lost big Rossco, but at home we should be good enough to deal with that.
“We scored the equaliser, but then lost another poor goal and they did what they had to do, needing just a draw they made it hard for us.
“They came and did what they had to do and we didn’t and, of course that’s disappointing.
“Nevertheless, after we get over the disappointment we have got to build on what we have done this year push on next term.
“I’m delighted to receive this award, it’s been a pleasure to have been here and it’s nice to have been rewarded for it.”