WHITECRAIGS manager Jim Barrie has admitted his side face a massive four weeks which will help shape his clubs season.

The West Lodge side take on Falkirk, leaders Cartha, GHA and Dalziel in the coming weeks, and the gaffer admitted theses are the ties his side need to win.

The gaffer however admitted the feat will be tough due to the fact he is missing over TEN players and is being forced to play other injured stars.

He told Barrhead Sport: "Things right now are going really well considering the injury problems we have.

"There are easily over ten players out including the likes of Ally McLeod, Grant McGivern, Ally Stevenson, Jamie Howard, Stuart Pollok and Greg Haswell.

"Therefore, with all things considered, over the past two games we have done well.

"The boys have really dug in and those who have come in have performed brilliantly.

"Our large squad is helping, but I would love to get some more players back soon so we can start resting people." He added: "The next four games coming-up are massive for us.

"It is a tough four weeks we face, but if you want to win the league, you need to get the results when it counts.

"We need to win games against the top sides as you can't just rely on others to beat them.

"If we keep strong and mentally positive as we have this season, I am sure the boys will have every chance of doing the business."