LEE Kilday admits the Championship has been a tough division this season as he targets a strong end to Morton’s campaign.

Ton have been in and around the promotion play-off positions for most of the season, but have slipped down in recent weeks, with teams such as Inverness Caley Thistle and Dunfermline Athletic going on good runs.

The Ton currently sit in sixth place, six points off Dunfermline in the last promotion play-off space, while Jonatan Johansson’s side are six points above Partick Thistle, who occupy the relegation play-off position.

It has been a largely unpredictable season, with Morton the only team to beat Ross County twice.

The Ton have lost two of their three games to part-time team Alloa Athletic, who prop up the table.

The Wasps are this weekend’s opponents, and Kilday says that his team need to ignore what’s going on at the bottom of the table and focus on themselves.

He told the Tele: “Partick and Falkirk have hit a bit of form but we just need to manage every game as it comes.

“We need try and win as many games as possible from now until the end of the season.

“It’s been a hard league this season, everybody has beaten everybody so we just need to beat as many opponents as possible in our last eight games.”