If London Pollard stays on form then Forfar Farmington have nothing to worry about, believes team-mate Kirsty Fraser.
The Angus club travel to managerless Motherwell in Sunday’s SWPL restart, sitting sixth in the table and just two points off fourth.
It will be the first competitive game under new head coach Kevin McGreskin, who took over from Ryan McConville in late March.
“We’re solid at the back, particularly midfield to back,” Fraser told Anyone’s Game. “So, as long as we’ve got London who can get our legs going we should be fine.
“She’s really difficult to play against, really quick, really tricky, so as long as she’s on form we’ll be fine.
“[McConville leaving] It was a shock, it came as a surprise to everyone. It was really unfortunate to lose Ryan because he was a good manager, but it was an easy transition because Kev was assistant anyway.”
Listen above to the full interview with Kirsty Fraser