SEAN Fitzharris is desperate for the paperwork on his loan move to Morton to be forced through in time for him to make his return against Partick Thistle on Sunday.

The Celtic starlet arrived at Cappielow on an emergency loan earlier this year and has verbally agreed another temporary deal which will keep him at the club until the end of the season.

And winger Fitzharris, 19, pictured, wants to put pen to paper the moment the transfer window opens to ensure he is registered in time to immediately take to the field in the new year.

Greenock-born Fitzharris told the Tele: "I'm hoping to play against Partick but obviously it's quite close to the window, so I don't know if the paperwork work will go through in time - but hopefully it will.

"I've not seen the paperwork yet but I think I'm going to sign as soon as the window opens, so I'll get it done when January comes.

"I enjoyed it during my first loan spell and I'm looking forward to getting a few more games and giving the performances which show I should be playing." Grant Evans is also ready to finalise the extension of his loan deal with Ton until the end of the campaign - and is expected to do so today.

And while the Hamilton defender may not have cemented his place in the team, he admitted a chat with Ton boss Allan Moore was enough to convince him to stay on.

Evans said: "It's good just to get it off my mind as I didn't really know what was going to happen. But I spoke to the gaffer and he said he wanted to keep me, which was good.

"The conversation we had was positive and you just want to stay where you feel welcome - not that I didn't feel welcome at Hamilton.

"He [Moore] was honest as well and the way he came across was good. He said he was happy [for me to stay on].

"People have been on holiday who need to help out with getting the deal sorted, but there shouldn't be any complications."