Cambuslang Rangers scored seven goals to see of Royal Albert - and boss Alan Wardlaw felt it could have been more.
The home side rattled in seven without reply to ensure they remain top of the pile in the second division - and are in a great position for promotion as they enter the final nine games of the season.
However, the Lang face two of their toughest away games of the season over the next 10 days, with a trip to Forth Wanderers on Saturday, and then Johnstone Burgh the following week.
But the gaffer was more than delighted with his red-hot side, who have now netted 14 goals in their last two home games
Alan said: “I’m absolutely delighted. I can’t speak highly enough of the attitude of the boys, who have been working very, very hard, and now it’s really starting to pay dividends with the amount of work that has been done over Christmas and the New Year. And they’re re-doubled their efforts.
“I’ve mentioned it to the guys that, really, the performance is irrelevant to a certain extent, as all we’re looking for is a win - at the end of the day, a 1-0 win gets you the same number of points as a 7-0 win.
“What pleased me was that as well as having good individual performances, we also had a good team performance as well. In the past we’ve had okay performances, and maybe conceded a goal or two when we’ve won 3-2, or 2-1, but we’re definitely going in the right direction.
“This was a different performance compared to last week’s win at Vale of Clyde - they were big, strong and hard, and we ground it out, with a workmanlike performance.
“Saturday was different - we were able to express ourselves, getting into good positions.
“I felt a bit sorry for Royal Albert, as they got us on a good day, when everything clicked for us, and we scored seven, but it could have been 10 on another day - and if we hadn’t been as clinical, it might only have been 1-0.
“I was really pleased that we went about it so professionally.”
Three of Saturday’s goals came from new signing Peter Innes.
Alan said: “We did a lot of background work to sign Peter Innes on loan from Albion Rovers. We actually got the paperwork completed at 3.30pm. I’d actually taken a day of work to make sure we got it done, going over to Coatbridge, and then back to Hampden to make sure he could be re-instated for the juniors.
“And it paid real dividends, as he scored a hat-trick.
“Peter used to be at East Kilbride Thistle, and he and Gordon Dick played together at Albion Rovers, but he’s a very, very competent player, who brings a bit of aggression that we’ve been missing.
“Sometimes in the past, we’ve been wholly aggressive to the detriment of playing football, or it’s been someone who’s a good footballer with no aggression. Now, we’ve got that in Peter, who brings us the best of both worlds.”