Winning the Highland League with Cove Rangers has only served to make forward Jordan MacRae more hungry to repeat the feat with Brora Rangers.
MacRae was part of the title-winning Cove team last season, but joined Brora in the summer after the Aberdeen outfit’s promotion to League 2.
MacRae has quickly settled at Dudgeon Park, spearheading an attack that has seen the Cattachs top the table after 14 games.
With title-winning memories still fresh, MacRae is eyeing back-to-back triumphs.
He said: “I’m hungry for trophies, and I feel like this team is very well equipped to go on and win the league.
“Our aim is to win it, and win every cup.
“We may even have a wee run in the Scottish Cup. I know we’ve got a tough game, but I think we are more than capable of giving them a game.
“The feeling of winning that league is something I can’t even describe.
“I would just love to go on and win it again, and share the experience with this bunch of boys.”
MacRae netted the opener in Brora’s impressive 7-0 victory over Buckie Thistle on Saturday – a result that the 21-year-old feels underlines the Cattachs’ title credentials.
He added: “I think it sends out a good message to the rest of the Highland League – that we are here to go on and win it.
“I would say it was probably our best performance of the season so far, other than away.
“We were desperate to go out and send a message. Buckie have done well, they have got results in the past few weeks.
“They are deservedly up at the top with us, but it’s good to create a wee gap.”
MacRae feels the addition of namesake Andrew Macrae, who made the move from Forres Mechanics last month, has added another dimension to an already attack-minded side under manager Steven Mackay.
He added: “Andy is brilliant. We are totally different players, I’m quite big and strong, but it’s good to have someone small buzzing around me. I have played with him before when I was at Caley Thistle, so I know him very well.
“This is one of the most attacking teams I have played with,” he added.
“All they want to do is score goals. We are frightening in the final third, every time we go forward we look like we are going to score.
“I think we can trouble any team,” added MacRae.