Ryan Rogers insists Gretna 2008 are confident they can get a result against fourth-placed BSC Glasgow in today’s Scottish Lowland Football League fixture.

Having claimed their first league win of the season last Saturday as they beat Vale Of Leithen 2-0, Chris Humphrey’s team will hope to build on that success.

Ahead of this afternoon’s away match (3pm kick-off), midfielder Rogers, who scored Gretna’s first goal in their victory against Vale Of Leithen, said: “It will be tough, but we’re confident we can go there and get something out of the game.”

Rogers, who travels to the Scottish border club from Manchester, also is enjoying playing under former Jamaica international Humphrey at Raydale Park.

“It’s massive to get the chance to work under that sort of calibre of player,” he said.

"He is a former Jamaica international and that says it all, really.

"We have looked stronger since he came into the team."

While Rogers sometimes commutes to Gretna alongside former Preston North End and Motherwell man Humphrey, who works at Pegasus School in Blackpool, he concedes he sometimes does have to travel north on his own on the train.

But he said: “It’s a long journey for me up to Gretna, but I’m used to travelling for my football.

"I joined the club in August, and I have enjoyed it so far. Everyone has made me feel really welcome.”

Rogers recently bumped into Manchester United star Marcus Rashford, and took some tips from the England international.