Dave Mackay’s men have moved to within five points of the play offs after six straight victories and welcome leaders Forfar Athletic to Forthbank this weekend.The Loons have seen their advantage over Arbroath at the top of Ladbrokes League 2 cut to just one point and went down 3 2 at home to Berwick Rangers in their last outing.The Binos beat Clyde by the same score at Broadwood and are now aiming to equal the seven match winning streak set by Allan Moore’s men in the spring of 2006/07, when they went on to win promotion to Division One via the play offs after finishing runners up to Morton.Forsyth helped Albion beat Brechin City (4 1), Alloa (4 0), Cowdenbeath (2 1), Raith Rovers (1 0), Morton (2 1), Forfar (2 0) and Cowdenbeath (1 0), with on loan Livingston forward Robert Snodgrass a key influence, before a 2 1 defeat at Peterhead ended the run.The 34 year old could feature this weekend as Ross McGeachie is suspended and there are injury doubts over both Ross Smith and Ross McMillan and puts the recent fine run down to hard work.He said: “I think we have the right characters in the dressing room they are all working for each other and working exceptionally hard. They aren’t the most vocal of groups because they are quite young but they are starting to grow in confidence and have a bit more belief.”We were delighted with the win against Clyde last week, although in the first half we didn’t play particularly well we were off the pace and they were the better team but we reacted exceptionally well in the second half. We are coming away from home expecting to win.”We reminded the boys of the Scottish Cup game and how desperate they were to beat us and we wanted to show we were equally desperate to beat them this time and that’s how it turned out.”It’s fantastic that we are on the best run of any team in the SPFL at the moment and it should give the players continued confidence.

“He is tough, in and under and you have got no dramas with him finding his own footy and he just brings a lot of enthusiasm to the group. “I can still remember one game where we were 10 or so goals up and he was still enthusiastic and up and about where it is easy to just go through the motions.” Rowan said he was also excited by the addition of Keilor and Campbell. “Keilor is very versatile who can play tall or small in our back six or a speedy wingman with a big tank,” he said.

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