SCOTT Tiffoney insists Morton need to play well for the full 90 minutes and not just one half after seeing his side dominate their last two games and still come up short.

Ton laid siege to Brechin City on Saturday after falling behind early doors but were unable to find a winner following Bob McHugh’s equaliser. 

Just two weeks ago the Renfrewshire derby also finished 1-1 despite Morton’s best efforts in the second half.

But Tiffoney, ahead of the Falkirk game on Saturday, says it’s important that the Greenock outfit play at the same intensity throughout the match because slackness is costing them points.

He told the Tele: “It’s good to be playing in an attacking side but we can’t just turn up every week and play one 45 minutes that way. 

“You have to go into the games with confidence to play attacking-wise for a full 90 minutes.

“I started when we beat Falkirk 3-0 and we want to get another three points this weekend against them. Especially after the weekend’s draw we want to win this time round.

“Anyone can win on their day and we’re looking to do that. They got a good result last weekend against Dundee United, so on the basis of that game they would have been confident going into this game.

“But our game doesn’t change and neither does the build-up. 

“We’ll go into it as if the result hasn’t mattered for our draw last weekend, as well as their previous two games.”