RODDY HUNTER admits his second coming at Pollok was ruined by their Scottish Cup exit at Lochee United.
The former Dumbarton striker was on target in a massively disappointing 5-2 defeat on Tayside as the Glasgow side missed out on a last-eight spot.
Despite their exit from junior football’s premier competition, Hunter is determined to play his part in bringing silverware to Newlandsfield this season after his return to the club.
He said: “It’s great to be back at a club I know well from my previous spell but my debut at Lochee was a bittersweet experience after being knocked out.
“It’s important we now lick our wounds and get back to business in the league starting with the game against Ashfield this weekend.
“Pollok are one of the biggest names at this level and we need to make sure that is reflected by our results on the park.
“We must improve our league position and get things back on track.
“It’s an exciting time for everyone here as the manager John Richardson has big plans.
“He sold me on what he is looking to achieve in the months ahead.”
One player to have exited Newlandsfield is striker Ian Diack who has signed for Kirkintilloch Rob Roy and scored in a friendly against Falkirk Juniors on Saturday.