MORTON striker Bob McHugh insists scoring against his former club on Saturday was just business as usual.

The 27-year-old forward spent two seasons with the Bairns, netting 16 times in 72 appearances under then-Falkirk manager Peter Houston, who is now the Greenock side’s assistant manager.

But the goal was no more special than any other for McHugh, and he says he is enjoying his time under new manager Jonatan Johansson.

He told the Tele: “It’s my ex-club and obviously there’s the whole situation with the manager as well, but any three points are important as each other.

"I wouldn’t say any wins or goals are more important than the other.

“I loved my time at Falkirk, I had some great memories there but Morton are my team now, and I just want to do everything I can to do well for them.

“I’m loving my time here as well, it’s a good bunch of boys, it’s a good club to play for, the fans as you could see on Saturday were excellent, so it’s an enjoyable place to come and work.

“The new gaffer’s training is great at the moment and it’s just a good place to be.”