CHRIS Millar wants Morton to build on their new-found resilience against Alloa Athletic today.

The Ton travel to Clackmannanshire to face Jim Goodwin’s team, who are on a good run of late.

The part-timers have gone unbeaten in their last five games, coming away with victories against Dundee United and Queen of the South.

The last time the two sides met Alloa walked away with all three points, beating Morton 2-0 at Cappielow back in November.

But after winning against Ross County and Partick Thistle, Millar believes the Ton can get their third win in a row.

He told the Tele: “Something we’ve looked to do is to be more consistent.

“Even going back before the two wins, against Inverness I thought we were the better team with 10 men. 

“It’s a game we could have won if we had a full complement.

“Over the past five games we’ve begun to build something, building a solid foundation and we’ve managed to create chances and score goals.

“It’s something the manager has stressed, about being harder to break down and being harder to beat then it gives us a chance to win games.”