Johnstone Burgh manager Jamie McKim has urged his players to enjoy the occasion as they aim to seal promotion on Saturday.

A draw against Muirkirk at Keanie Park would be good enough to see Burgh clinch fourth place in Conference A and a spot in the second tier of the West of Scotland Football League next season.

They currently trail Craigmark Burntonians, who have already completed all of their fixtures, by one point but boast a superior goal difference.

Burgh go into the game – their last of the season – on the back of three weeks without a fixture but McKim has welcomed the opportunity it has given him to rest some key men.

And, despite only needing to avoid defeat this weekend, he insists there is only one target on his mind.

McKim told Gazette Sport: “I’m trying to keep any chat of only needing a point banned from the dressing room.

“We’ll be going to win the game, there’s no doubt about that. It’s too dangerous to think about anything else.

“I think everyone knows the situation with the league but we’ll not be treating Saturday different to any other game. Our approach to all the other games is what has got us to this position.

“It came into our own hands a couple of weeks ago and that’s all we can ask for, especially after the start to the season we had.”

While the Burgh squad have been training during the week, they have been able to put their feet up for the last few Saturdays – and McKim hopes they will feel the benefit of that this weekend.

“A couple of weeks ago, we were struggling with injuries but this break has helped clear those up, so this last game has probably come at a good time for us,” he said.

“Muirkirk are a really good side and it will be a tough game but we know what we need to do.

“When you’re involved in games like this, the biggest thing is that you have to enjoy it.

“Forget what is actually at stake and just enjoy the game.”

With Burgh continuing their ‘kids go free’ offer on Saturday, McKim is hoping supporters will turn up in large numbers to help get his troops over the line.

He added: “For the last couple of games we have had huge crowds and it would be really good if the players can get a big support behind them again on Saturday.

“The support all season has been brilliant.”

Kick-off at Keanie Park is at 2pm.