JONATAN Johansson says his latest transfer signings could make their Morton debuts at Tannadice today.

The Cappielow outfit will head to Tayside to take on Dundee United if the game survives the freezing conditions which have swept across the UK.

Both teams have made big changes to their squads over the January transfer window, with Morton seeing five players come in with eight leave, while United have signed 11 new faces, with 12 departing Tannadice.

Bournemouth’s Keelan O’Connell and Kilmarnock winger Greg Kiltie joined the Ton on loan until the end of the season this week.

Johansson has involved all three of his other new signings — Dylan Dykes, Andrew Dallas and Robby McCrorie — at the first opporunity.

And with several training sessions under their belts, the Ton boss says this week’s arrivals are ready to make their Ton bows at Tannadice.

He told the Tele: “They’ll possibly start. The good thing is we’ve had Greg in since Thursday and Keelan has been in for a couple of days so they’ve already had a few sessions and got to know the boys.

“I’ll see who I think will be suited best to playing Dundee United.

“Going back to the Dunfermline game last Saturday I felt everyone gave me a really good performance. We looked solid and we had a few chances as well. It’s good for me to have options and it’s good for the players to have competition for places and I can take players in and out of the squad. 

“We’ve got some tough games coming up so I’ll need my whole squad for that.”

Johansson’s first game as Ton manager was against Dundee United at Tannadice when his side were held to a 1-1 draw after the Tangerines scored with virtually the last kick of the game.

The home fixture also ended with a 1-1 tie after Morton came from behind and they were unlucky not to grab a winner in the second half after applying some late pressure.

The manager says it’s going to be hard to predict how it pans out after such big changes from both sides in January.

He added: “It was my first game up at Tannadice. It was a good game, we led early on and were unlucky not to win.

“We came from behind at Cappielow and I felt we deserved at least a point.

“They’ve been tough games, quite open, and I feel like we’re going to be more of a threat going forward now with the players that we’ve got in, so it’s going to be a good game.

“It’s going to be to do with which team defends better, and they’ve got four or five new attacking players and it could be a totally new-look Dundee United from the last time we played them.”