CHRIS Millar says he would be booing Morton’s recent performances if he was a Ton supporter.

The midfielder has today apologised to the fans for the ‘embarrassing’ and ‘comical’ goals they conceded in their abysmal 2-1 loss to Alloa Athletic on Tuesday.

The home fans vented their frustration throughout the game and at full-time, with their side now firmly in a relegation battle. Four points separate the bottom five teams, and Morton have the worst form in the Championship after not picking up a single win in their last six games.

Millar believes the supporters have every right to voice their displeasure.

He told the Tele: “The fans have every right to be booing us. If I was a fan I would be booing, it’s not been good enough.

“We’ve had three wins in our last 19 games. It’s not been good enough. If you can’t take that [the boos] then you’ve got something wrong with you.

“That’s nine points Alloa have taken off us, that’s three wins in 19 and with that form you’re going to get sucked in.

“You have to put your hands up and say it’s not been good enough from everybody: the staff, the players.

“You can only apologise to the fans who turned up to see that again because it was poor from us.

“We go 1-0 up and we should see the game out and we don’t.

“The last goal again was another comical one, it sums up the way we’ve been recently. We were in control and the goals we gave away as a team are embarrassing, mistakes again cost us.”

The experienced Ton midfielder was blunt in his assessment of his team-mates, and said they can’t feel sorry for themselves otherwise they risk dropping down to League One next season.

Morton had games in hand over teams around them in recent weeks, but have only managed to pick up three points in their last six matches.

He added: “The players have to take massive responsibility because if we can’t go out and perform – and there are good players in that dressing room – then we’re going to find ourselves relegating this club or without a job next year.

“It’s so disappointing. We had three really good chances to take ourselves away from a relegation battle but now we’re right in it.

“The penny should have dropped weeks ago, and if it’s not dropped by then it should have now.

“There have been loads of games — even against Partick Thistle a few weeks ago we had three or four chances to score before they did.

“Down at the Queen of the South game we had chances, Ayr United we had chances. If you don’t take your chances at one end and can’t keep the goals out at the other you’re in a tricky spot. There is nowhere to go now, we need to start winning games.”