THEY'VE made a start that has pleased their player/manager but Kelty Hearts need to "keep building momentum" and continue an encouraging start to the campaign.

That's the message from Michael Tidser, who has urged his team to keep working hard week-to-week in their bid to further progress.

Kelty head to Cove Rangers this weekend for their sixth match of the League One campaign so far, having recorded two wins, a draw and two defeats so far.

The latter two results came at home to Hamilton Academical, who sit joint top of the table, and unbeaten, following their relegation last season, and at Stirling Albion, who were promoted as League Two champions.

That loss to the Binos, who sit third with 10 points after an impressive start to life in the third tier, was particularly galling for Tidser, whose side conceded a goal with just two minutes to go at Forthbank.

"I'm definitely pleased," he said when asked about his side's start to the season.

"There's a few disappointments - Stirling Albion away, and then we went 1-0 up against Annan, missing the penalty and having a couple of good chances to put the game to bed - so, pleased on hand, but a wee bit annoyed on the other hand.

"That's football. It's a good start but it's just about keep building momentum and trying to pick up points and chip away at it where we can.

"As you can see, Edinburgh's down there, Annan's there, Montrose are there, so all the part-time teams are round about each other. It's important that we just keep our head down, keep quiet, and just try and do the business when it comes to match day."