Ewan Greenhill reckons that Forfar Farmington will reap the rewards from their hard work soon as long as they address their inconsistency.
The Head of Sport Science and Medicine is in his second spell at the club after rejoining in November last year and is enjoying his time back so far - despite results not going the side’s way.
Farmington have won just two of their league games but Greenhill is confident that Mark Nisbet’s side will learn from their errors and improve.
He said: “Having only two victories is disappointing; we feel we have not got to our expected level yet.
“We are open to the fact we have underperformed in certain games especially when we compare our performance against the big three where we have been unlucky to not grab something.
“We’ve not had that break but our own consistency must come first; a fact recognised in a squad meeting last week. Against our set targets the club have set we are not where we want to be but our targets are achievable.
“We must also remember where we have come from, the club only just survived in the SWPL last year and we have had to do a lot to bring what we feel is a premier league set up; players, infrastructure, support staff and worthy of the new eight team SWPL1 structure, so this was never going to be an overnight fix and we will hit bumps along the way but we are all pulling in same direction and will reap the rewards soon.”
Greenhill had been at the club previously until the end of the 2013 season; reaching the Scottish Cup final in 2012 but they unfortunately lost 1-0 to Glasgow City.
Farmington enter this season’s competition this Sunday with a second round trip to SWPL2 outfit Buchan and the 25-year old knows a repeat performance from the Spartans defeat will make things very tough.