JONATAN Johansson says he is overjoyed with the Morton revival which saw them climb to fifth place and secure their Championship status.

The Cappielow outfit beat Dunfermline 1-0 at East End Park, leapfrogging the hosts in the table with one game to go.

Greg Kiltie’s late penalty — the Killie man’s fifth goal in six games — was enough to secure the victory.

The forward’s form has helped Morton climb the table, in particular in the Ton’s last three games where they have secured seven points from a possible nine.

Morton were in a precarious position earlier this month after losing to Alloa Athletic, but have gone on a fine fun to move clear of danger.

He told the Tele: “I’m delighted the way we turned it around. It has been very pleasing, especially the last three games.

“Against Inverness at home I felt we deserved three points and we’ve had two difficult away games after that.

“To get six points from them is a real credit to the boys’ character.

“They gave their best performances of the season in the last three games, matches where it really mattered.

“I’m delighted for the club and the fans. I think the supporters are really enjoying themselves at the moment

“We are playing good football, the players are really fit at the moment and overall we look a good team.”