CHRIS Millar says he’s delighted to pass on his experience to Morton’s up-and-coming young players. 

The 36-year-old moved back to his home town club last summer with the desire to feature more regularly after his last few seasons at St Johnstone.

The midfielder spent a decade with Saints after leaving the Ton back in 2008, but in his last few years at the Perth club his number of appearances were limited.

Millar has made the most appearances this campaign since the 2014/15 season for St Johnstone.

Injury has, however, hampered the Ton player recently, and he has had to settle for a place on the bench in their last few games.

But Millar is glad he made the move back to Morton, and says he’s looking forward to helping bring on the club’s young talent next season.

The midfielder previous revealed to the Tele he had triggered a contract extension after making 25 appearances this season, and made it clear he wants to stay with the Cappielow outfit.

He told the Tele: “Personally I’ve just enjoyed playing, I’ve played 35 games this season and I’m delighted.

“I’ve feel like I’ve had a decent season. I’ve been consistent and it’s a young squad, you just try and part the experience onto them.

“There are a lot of good young players at the club who are only going to get better and grow from the experiences this season.”