Renfrew co-manager Colin Clark admits his team’s start to the season has been beyond his wildest dreams.

Frew’s 2-1 win at Irvine Meadow on Saturday made it four wins from four in the Super League First Division, with only Cambuslang Rangers and Petershill matching that record in the division.

The New Western Park side also reached the semi-final of the Sectional League Cup, losing to big spending Premier League side Pollok last Wednesday.

And Clark praised his players for a start that has surpassed even his high expectations of his side, but warned them not to take anything for granted.

He said: “It’s way beyond what we would’ve hoped or expected at the start of the season, all credit to the players because it has been a great start. We just have to make sure we take nothing for granted now.

“Three of the four teams we have faced are fancied for promotion and have spent money, so we’ve had a tough start. To take maximum points from those games is great.”

The win at Ayrshire giants Irvine Meadow came courtesy of a fine Paddy O’Keefe winner in the second half. The Meadow Park side have once again spent in the summer in a bid to return to the top flight.

But Clark says his side more than matched their hosts and merited the win.

He said: “They are a big club, it was a good result, we were wasteful in the first half, we had a lot of chances and didn’t take them. The second half was quite even but Paddy O’Keefe has come up with a great finish. I thought we were worth the win.”

Premier Division giants Pollok were 2-0 winners at New Western Park in the Sectional League Cup last Wednesday night.

Lok caught the eye this summer with a spending spree which brought the likes of Stefan McCluskey and Nicky Little to Newlandsfield.

Clark hailed his side for being competitive despite a host of players being unavailable.

He said: “We were down to the bare bones against Pollok and did remarkably well considering. We created some great chances that might’ve changed the game. We had three players in midfield just out of under-21 football, and Pollok have spent a fortune in the summer.”