Clyde player-manager Joe Miller praised his players despite a penalty shoot-out defeat against Ross County in the Challenge Cup final at McDiarmid Park.
Clyde manager Miller narrowly lost out to Ross County
He said: "I'm so proud of the boys. We played so well and they gave absolutely everything they had for me.
"They are sitting in the dressing room feeling low just now, but they will recover from this setback and return stronger than ever.
"It wasn't to be for us but well done to Ross County."
"We had two boys who missed penalties but it takes a lot of bottle to step up there in the first place and they can be proud of themselves.
"In fact, I thought both Neil McGregor and Chris Higgins were the two best players on the park.