Steven Mackay has challenged his lethal Brora Rangers strike duo to each break the 30-goal barrier.
Jordan MacRae has 25 goals while Andrew Macrae has found the net 22 times for the Highland League leaders.
The pair are also in their first season at Dudgeon Park, with MacRae joining from last year’s champions Cove Rangers in the summer and Macrae leaving Forres Mechanics earlier this campaign.
Mackay, who broke the 50-goal mark himself during Brora’s 2014-15 title-winning campaign, insists both are capable of continuing their prolific form.
He said: “We’re constantly trying to squeeze every ounce out of them and challenge them to get better.
“So far so good but breaking the 30-goal barrier is well within reach for both of them and I’m constantly on their case to do that.
“Brora are always a team that creates lots of chances and it was important to find strikers that could put the ball in the back of the net.
“They’ve been a breath of fresh air to the squad, they’re both young but have great attitudes.
“They’re different players in their approach to the game. Jordan is a more physical target man while Andrew is diminutive but gets the ball in dangerous areas.”
Brora were boosted this week by the news that Colin Williamson and Dale Gillespie had signed extended two-year deals with the club.
The Highland League leaders have also been drawn at home to Buckie Thistle in the semi-finals of the Highland League Cup. In the other semi-final Formartine United will host Rothes. The semis are due to be played on Saturday March 14.