Renfrew co-manager Martin Ferry insists there is plenty more to come from his side as he watched them ease to an emphatic 5-2 win over Whitletts Victoria on Saturday - their third victory on the trot.

First-half efforts from Bob Campbell, David McKenna, Reece McGillion and Rikki McIntosh and a late Fraser Barbour strike was more than enough as Frew ran out comfortable winners at New Western Park.

The Gazette: Renfrew co-boss Ferry reckons there is plenty more to come from his sideRenfrew co-boss Ferry reckons there is plenty more to come from his side

And with Frew currently sitting in third in the West Region Championship table, just one point behind second placed Cumbernauld and two behind league leaders Darvel, Ferry heaped praise on his ‘patchwork’ side and revealed they haven’t quite hit their stride yet.

READ MORE: Late drama at New Western Park as Renfrew see off Cumbernauld

"That was a great win from the boys," Ferry said. "We did really well in difficult conditions and all the hard work was rewarded.

"Whitletts are a good team with some experienced players so I’m delighted with that."

"We’ve been creating that amount of chances in most of our matches so far this season but the difference on Saturday was that we showed a ruthless streak and took them all.

"We were maybe a bit sloppy with the two goals we conceded but you can’t have everything your own way over the piece - I’d happily take that every single week.

"The thing is, we’ve not actually been playing at our best and yet we’re still picking up big results. We’ve been forced to put together a bit of a patchwork side but fortunately it hasn’t had any impact on our results.

"Looking at how we’ve played in most of our matches so far and then looking at our points tally and the fact that we’re right up there with Cumbernauld and Darvel, that can only be a good thing for when we actually get it all right and play to our full potential.

"Don’t get me wrong, the boys are all working hard but what I mean is that the way we’re playing doesn’t come close to reflecting how good we know they can be."

Looking to make it four wins in a row, Frew welcome Irvine Victoria to New Western Park this Saturday.

READ MORE: Colin Clark insists there's still room for improvement after Frew's Petershill win

And with a number of players set to return from injury in time for this weekend’s clash with the Vic, Ferry is hopeful his side can maintain their winning form.

He added: "We’re back at home against Irvine Vics this weekend so we’ve got to go out there be positive again. They had a poor result at the weekend against St Roch’s so we’re hoping add to that misery.

"We’re the home team and we’ve got boys coming back so we’ve got to line up in a positive manner and go for the win."

Read all the latest from Gazette Sport