KYLE TURNER insists that Dunfermline will go all out for victory against Clyde this afternoon as they chase more memorable Betfred Cup moments.

The 23-year-old, who joined the club last summer from Stranraer, has played in all seven of Athletic's matches this season, three of which have been in the League Cup.

They have already beaten Dumbarton, Kilmarnock and Falkirk and, if they can defeat Clyde at East End Park, they'll top the group to qualify for the last 16.

They will also be likely to be seeded - as one of four group winners with the best record - alongside Celtic, who they met in the last 16 last season, Rangers, Aberdeen and Motherwell.

The draw for the knockout phase takes place tomorrow and, rather than speculate on who they could play, Turner wants to make sure they qualify first.

"We got Celtic last year didn't we so you can get anybody; you could get another Celtic or Rangers," he said.

"It's just the luck of the draw - you might get a better draw and hopefully have a run to try and get further in the competition. We'll take whoever we get drawn against anyway, if we get through, as long as we get through.

"We'd fancy ourselves against pretty much anybody. You saw that against Kilmarnock; obviously they had a weakened team, but we went down there and won 3-0, and we still had to win.

"We want to get through the group. Saturday, if we win, we'll win the group."

As well as their good performances in the Betfred Cup, Dunfermline have made a strong league start, winning three and drawing one of their first four games.

Last Saturday's stalemate at Ayr United brought their winning run to an end, and was the first time they've failed to score this season, but Turner continued: "Somerset's a hard place to go, it always has been and always will be.

"We were on top for most of the game I thought but it was just one of those days; we couldn't convert a chance. But, listen, we could've went down there, not created any chances, got beat 1-0 and come back up the road with nothing but we've got a point on the road.

"We've had a few tough games in there. We had Inverness here, who were very good last year, and Ayr, who were top four last year, so I think the start's been really good. We just need to keep doing what we're doing and see what happens."

When asked about his own form, he added: "Last year was my first year at full-time, I came in and did reasonably well I thought, and this year's just about kicking on and trying to be better than what I was last year.

"I've not scored any goals yet; that's something I'm trying to build on and hopefully I'll get a few goals for the team. I scored six goals up to September and then scored after that, so it was frustrating for me a wee bit.

"I want to chip in with goals and help the team but, as long as I'm helping the team and we're winning, I can't complain can I? As long as we win the game I don't care who scores.

"Everybody's chipping in; we can't just rely on the two strikers all the time. It needs to be me chipping in, or other boys in midfield, and obviously Muzz (Euan Murray) has scored a few just now so it's good that everybody's playing their part and chipping in with goals.

"As I said, we can't just rely on the strikers all season like we did pretty much last year where Nizzy (Kevin Nisbet) scored quite a lot of goals for us.

"I think everybody understands everybody and the way we've started we're really well organised and everyone knows their role in the team. It's been good so far but it's only four games in the league so we need to keep our feet on the ground."