Cammy Ballantyne has set himself a double target of winning a title with Montrose then playing in the Premiership next season with Dundee United.
Leaders Montrose took a point from a difficult fixture at Clyde which stretched their lead over Stirling Albion to two points.
Recently appointed Cowdenbeath manager Gary Bollan is happy with the small steps his side have been taking.
East Fife head to Hampden this afternoon to take on bottom placed side Queen’s Park with confidence sky high after last Saturday’s 6-1 demolition of Airdrie.
They may have reached the top of the league but Montrose are still a work in progress, according to manager Stewart Petrie.
It was over 20 years ago that Montrose were last top of the league this far into a season.
Cowdenbeath head to Edinburgh City determined to reach a milestone in Gary Bollan’s second game in charge.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie hopes team will take confidence from narrow loss in Scottish Cup on return to league action
Montrose return to League 2 business against Stenhousemuir this afternoon after an epic Scottish Cup double header with Queen of the South.
New Cowdenbeath boss Gary Bollan gets down to business today when he takes the Blue Brazil for the first time.
Montrose manager Stewart Petrie was left reflecting on two points dropped as his team were held at home by an Annan side that played for more than 20 minutes with 10 men.