Neilston Juniors co-manager Martin Campbell has urged his squad not to get ahead of themselves despite a perfect start the league campaign.

The Farmer’s Boys secured a 2-1 win over Yoker Athletic at Brig O’Lea on Saturday, following up a 4-2 win over Forth Wanderers the previous week.

Campbell said he hoped the defeat of Yoker, who were favoured by many for promotion after dropping down to the Central District First Division following relegation last year, would show Neilston’s intent for the season ahead.

But despite being one of only three teams to still have a 100 per cent record in the division, Campbell has warned his side to retain focus ahead of Saturday’s trip to East Kilbride Thistle.

He said: “I hope it puts a bit of a marker down for the season. Certainly a lot of people had Yoker down as one of the favourites for promotion after coming down last year and I thought we were by far the better team on Saturday to be honest.

“It was a hard game. I felt we dominated the game, if it wasn’t for their goalkeeper in the first half we could’ve been comfortably two or three up.

“We started with three wins last year and fell away a bit, so the main thing is not to get carried away.”

Neilston last week complete the season-long loan signing of Clydebank forward Alan Frizzell, and Frizzell immediately repaid the faith of Campbell and fellow co-boss John Paul Dow by coming off the bench to grab the winner against Yoker.

Campbell revealed Frizzell’s appearances will be limited with the Farmer’s Boys due to a recent job change, but the manager is confident the forward’s quality is worth making special allowances for.

He said: “We’re going to need to work with Alan, the reason we have him is his work situation, he’ll be working offshore so he’ll be three weeks on and three weeks off.

“We thought we would take a chance on him because we know what he can bring to us. He’s a fit boy, his fitness won’t be an issue when he isn’t here. It’s a great start for him and I’m sure he can make a big contribution for us.”