Renfrew co-manager Colin Clark has targeted six wins from their remaining 12 fixtures if they are to be in with a chance of promotion.

The Frew sealed another three points on Saturday against Larkhall Thistle, winning 4-3, with two late goals at New Western Park.

Clark and Martin Ferry’s side have been the surprise package in the Super First Division this season, sitting second in the table.

With the top four teams being promoted this year, with fifth and sixth going into play-offs because of a league restructure, it’s a golden chance to reach west junior football’s top tier competition.

But Renfrew have a number of tough fixtures coming up, including a run of three home games in a row.

He said: “We’re one win away from staying up and five or six away from being in the promotion mix.

“But we’ve got a lot of difficult games coming up. We’ve got games away Kello and Cambuslang.

“And then three home games against Cumbernauld, Troon and Darvel, but they’re all difficult games.”

And Clark hopes they’ll learn from their seven-goal thriller on Saturday.

Renfrew came back from 3-1 down to eventually win 4-3, but Clark was unhappy his side were even in that position to begin with.

He added: “It’s a game where we should never have left ourselves in that position.

“We had most of the possession and we were getting caught on the counter-attack, not defending properly.

“The boys know that, but it’s a game we should never have had to score four to win it.

“We’ll take it, but we’ve got to learn it, we can’t be giving teams three goals and needing to score four to win every week.”