CHARLIE Telfer hopes he can add more goals to his game this year for Morton.

The midfielder scored his third goal of the season with a fine finish on Saturday to help the Cappielow outfit win 2-1 over the Jags, boosting Morton’s play-off hopes in the process.

The former Dundee United player has been in and out of the side of late.

The midfielder believes his best chance of staying in the side is by adding assists and goals to his name over the next few weeks.

He told the Tele: “It’s part of my game I need to improve on. It’s okay playing nice passes but if you want to go on and do well you need to pick up goals and assists.

“I scored a couple on the trot and I’ve gone a wee while without getting one so I just want to push on and keep having an impact on the game.

“On a personal level it’s been frustrating. In that area of the park there are really good players at the club.

“Tids [Michael Tidser] and Midge [Chris Millar] have been scoring goals for us and Jim [McAlister] does that role for us that’s so important. 

“I just want to impact the game and hopefully keep contributing with goals and assists and building on that.

“I want to aspire to play at the highest level that I can, but at the moment I’m really happy.

“It’s a good squad, I like training every day.

“Personally I want to try do as well as I can but at the moment my only focus is on Morton and trying to get us into the play-offs.”