The 22 year old felt they deserved something out of last weekends game, where they narrowly lost 3-2 against Montrose.
He said: “I felt that it was a tough game under difficult circumstances. I think the boys gave their all, even when we went down to ten men. We still created a lot of chances but that bit of luck just was not with us. I felt that we probably deserved a point out of the game.”
“We controlled large spells and played some good football but again we gave ourselves a lot to do by letting them take a two goal lead.”
Beveridge is looking forward to working under Wilson and hopes they can get off to a good start against Albion Rovers on Saturday.
He added: “The Albion Rovers game will be a tough as it always is when we play them. They are a hard working team and they have pace in the wide areas that we will need to be wary of.”
“I think Barry Wilson is a good appointment as manager, having worked with him before I can tell he knows his stuff and has been there and done it so has plenty of experience.”
“He will obviously have different ideas which will take getting used to, but I am looking forward to it.”
(Photo: Bob Crombie)