RORY McKeown says Morton need to forget about their poor run and focus on their four huge upcoming games to avoid relegation.

The left-back has been involved in battles to beat the drop before.

McKeown survived with Cowdenbeath in 2014 but was a part of the Southport team that were relegated in 2017.

The Ton have four games left, starting tonight against Inverness Caley Thistle, as they look to move themselves away from the bottom two places in the Championship.

The Cappielow outfit have the worst current form in the league, not picking up a win in their last six outings, and McKeown says they need to ignore what’s happened previously and focus on their final league games.

He told the Tele: “It’s four big games coming up, the lads know it, the gaffer knows it – it’s in our hands. 

“We have to find confidence and we have to find form from somewhere otherwise we’ll end up in a bad situation and nobody wants that.

“I’ve been in that situation twice before. It’s not nice, and it doesn’t look or feel good and it’s something I never want to be involved in again.

“If the gaffer does put me in I’ll be making sure I do my absolute best to make sure that doesn’t happen.

“As mad as it sounds you have to forget what we’ve just been through, the form that we’ve been in. 

“We’ve had poor results and as hard as it sounds you have to put that to the back of your mind.

“It’s four final games and you have to go and give it your all – you can’t be afraid to go and make mistakes because it can be one of any four or five teams who can finish at the bottom.

“It’s down to us, it’s as simple as that.”