AIDAN Fulton has revealed that Partick Thistle have enquired about his availability - but says he will wait to see if Morton offer him anything before making a decision on his future.

The 19-year-old left midfielder featured for David Hopkin's second string this year as they finished runners-up to Rangers in the Reserve League.

His displays made an impression on manager Allan Moore, who brought him into the first-team and gave him substitute appearances against Dunfermline and Falkirk in the final weeks of the campaign.

Fulton, who also spent a week on trial with Motherwell in January, is out of contract this month and says he keen to keep his options open for the time being.

He told the Tele: "I'm not sure what's happening at Morton yet. I've not heard anything from the gaffer here. Alan Archibald at Partick has been in touch to ask about my plans for next season.

He said he had seen enough of me in the reserves to be interested in signing me. There's not an offer down but he said I would play for their under-20s and obviously be in training with the first-team as well. That would be full-time.

"I gave him my agent's number and said that I wanted to keep my options open at the moment and wait and see what was happening with Morton before making a decision." Meanwhile, a Ton reserve side composed of under-17 and under-15 players will complete their outstanding league fixture when they face Partick Thistle at the Battery Park tonight. Kick-off is 7.25pm.