TALBOT boss Tommy Sloan is targeting a shot at Rangers or Celtic in the Scottish Cup after his side upset the odds to beat Cove Rangers on Saturday.

The only thing now standing between Talbot and a potential fourth round glamour tie is a trip to Highland League side Fraserburgh on November 24.

Sloan told the Chronicle: “Over the two matches I thought we were the better side, we deserved to win. We’ve got another tough tie away to Fraserburgh now to look forward to.

“Fraserburgh will have the same idea as us. Rangers and Celtic and the rest of them come into it after that.

“We’re all in it for that and we’d love a game against one of the big sides but that’s a bit down the road yet.”

Goals from Stephen Wilson and Calvin Kemp sandwiched a Mitch Megginson penalty as Talbot reached the third round for the first time since 2013.

After the game, match-winner Kemp said: “I’m feeling good after that. It was hard in stages but they are a good team. I thought we matched them much better this week than what we did last week. Up there, on the astro, I think it suited them but coming down to our park today was much better for us.

“It feels brilliant to get the winning goal, amazing. That first chance, I looked up and the keeper was right in front of me. For the goal, Jamie [Glasgow] was right there and I should’ve squared it but I just felt, I’m as confident on my left foot as I am on my right so I just took it and it went in, luckily for me.”

Sloan felt there were several strong performances from his side and he praised striker Kemp for his afternoon’s work.

“We’ve responded well to the equaliser and it’s great to see young Calvin getting the winner,” Sloan added. “He’s been doing really well. He’s not started as many games as he maybe should have so I’m really pleased with him.

“He’s got that in his locker, he’s a wee bit selfish there and I’m delighted with that. I’m really pleased with him and it’s a good left foot strike.”