Carluke boss Mark Weir has targeted a West League One title win next season and has already identified signing targets.

Weir will scrap a summer break to make sure he has the best chance of landing his men.

Having steered Rovers to likely safety, Weir says he’s one step ahead.

He said: “I’m planning for next season already. I’m looking for people in all positions; if anybody is available and they’re better than what we’ve got, we will try to bring them in. The guys know that I’m always looking.

“I want us to be up there challenging for the title, to hopefully be winning the league. Hopefully I can get what I’m looking for and if I do, we will be in with a chance.

“I want to get people in early and get them gelling as soon as possible. As soon as the season is finished I’ll be sitting down and looking at our targets, there will be no summer break for me.”

Weir is focused in the meantime on trying to get above Saturday’s hosts Greenock in the table.

He was fairly certain that their clash at Shettleston would be off last weekend and arranged a bounce game with Championship side St Roch’s, which they lost 3-2, but it gave him some ideas.

“Fingers crossed we can get the game on, and we can get the points,” he said.

“We had a good wee bounce game against St Roch’s on Saturday and lost 3-2, but it gave me a chance to try a few things and look at a few players that I hadn’t been able to see. From what I saw, there’s no reason why we can’t go there and get three points.”