MORTON manager Jonatan Johansson insists his side played well despite coming away with nothing to show for it against Alloa Athletic.

The Wasps came from behind on Saturday thanks to an Alan Trouten penalty and a Kerr Waddell own goal.

Johansson says his men needed to be more clinical, but believes two poor goals cost his side any chance of earning a third consecutive victory.

He told the Tele: “We’ve played quite well and we were quite solid and I was happy with the start of the second half.

“We knew they would be a threat from set plays so if they scored a nice set play goal then you can accept that.

“With the counter-attacks we had we should have dealt with it better.

“I’m not saying we should have scored all of the chances but we should have done better on the throw-ins, corners and got more shots on target because the final pass was a bit sloppy.

“At the end of the day we worked hard, the shape was good and you give away one bad goal and one absolutely terrible goal.”