MORTON manager Jonatan Johansson admits his players’ concentration level is something they need to seriously look at.

The Ton conceded early on in their 3-0 defeat to Dunfermline Athletic on Saturday, and never really got going until the second half.

A switch in formation helped bring about the change in Morton’s play, but by that time the game was long gone, and the Pars were able to sit back on their 2-0 lead in the second period.

With the transfer window looming next month, the Morton boss hinted that these types of performances could have an impact on his thinking for that period.

He told the Tele: “Sometimes it’s up to me to change things and the players need to realise how important and crucial it is when I’m planning to see consistency. The fluctuations are way too big from game to game.

“They’re a really good honest bunch of boys who fight for each other — but when you get that many individual errors in a game you question the concentration levels and it’s something that we really need to get right.

“Dunfermline could sit in during the second half.

“We tried to change the shape and go for it a little bit but the final ball wasn’t good enough.

“We got in good crossing or passing positions on Saturday in the second half but the delivery wasn’t good enough. We opened ourselves up a bit and to lose a third is obviously disappointing.”