Raith boss Barry Smith insists there is still a lot more to come from his side – a view reinforced by the players themselves.
Rovers extended their unbeaten run to five games with the convincing 3-0 home victory over Highland League outfit Brora Rangers at Stark’s Park on Tuesday night.
Goals from Ross Callachan, Yaw Osei and Lewis Vaughan took the Kirkcaldy side through to the next round.
The latter already has eight goals to his name in all competitions this season but Smith insists his side’s success is built on team performances.
And he is looking for another all-round display when Gary Bollan’s Forfar come calling on League 1 business to Stark’s Park this afternoon.
Smith said: “It was a good professional performance in midweek against Buckie.
“We scored three good goals and kept a clean sheet but the players know they can improve.
“There were aspects of the game that could have been better but the players recognised that which is pleasing.
“Lewis scored again but it was a good performance from the whole team.
“He is playing different roles in the side but others are also making room for him and the other strikers which is important.
“Overall I feel we are playing some good stuff.
“Confidence seems high which comes with winning.
“That winning mentality is something we want to be ingrained at the club.
“We will certainly have to take that into the game with Forfar.
“I know Gary and he will have his side well organised.
“I am sure he will not just come to Stark’s Park to sit in so we will have to be at our best if we want to pick up three points.”