Midfielder Owen Moxon insists there is a feel-good factor at Annan Athletic as they aim to secure their play-off place against Stirling Albion.

Peter Murphy’s men all but confirmed a top-four finish in Scottish League Two with a record 6-0 home thrashing against bottom side Berwick Rangers on Saturday, their biggest league win in more than a decade.

Two-goal Moxon said: “It was a good win, Stirling won as well, but it’s nice to win 6-0.”

Tomorrow, they will book their play-off spot if they avoid defeat against fifth-placed Stirling who are 12 points behind Athletic with four matches to play.

Carlisle lad Moxon said: “We just need to keep going.

"It’s still possible [for Stirling to catch Annan], but our goal difference is good. We just need to keep pushing on and keep doing what we are doing.

"Obviously, it looks like we are going to finish fourth, so we’ll need to beat the side from the league above [with whoever finishes second-bottom in Scottish League One joining second, third and fourth from League Two in the play-offs]. That will be a hard game."

He added: "The boys have been brilliant. We are enjoying it.

"Training has been good, and we are just looking forward to every weekend."

After a goalless first half, Moxon broke the deadlock. Tony Wallace then netted a penalty and former Trinity School student Moxon got his second, before Robert Wilson put through his own goal, Chris Johnston scored and substitute David Wilson completed the rout.

“I don’t think I’ve had a goal since we last played Berwick here, that was around Christmas-time," said Moxon.

"It was good to get back on the scoresheet."