DANNY Rogers says he has taken plenty of positives from his Morton debut despite conceding five goals against Hibs.

The shotstopper, who arrived on loan from Aberdeen last week, pulled off great reaction saves to deny Fraser Murray and Florian Kamberi.

Rogers says losing the Betfred Cup tie was hard to take but he is delighted to be back in action after nine months out.

He told the Tele: “It wasn’t nice conceding five goals on my debut but I’m still a bit rusty, I hadn’t played since November.

“It was good to be back out there and to make a few decent saves. I thought that the boys were brilliant and that the decision from the referee is what changed the game for us.

“That’s just football though.

“It was individual mistakes that cost us but at the end of the day we came to Hibs and gave a good enough account of ourselves. We should’ve probably won the game and we should be proud of that.

“Overall we matched them.

“I’m looking forward to getting into the league games now, I think the more games I play I’ll be more comfortable.

“The Hibs game was a good start in terms of building connections within the team, so I’m glad to get that out the way and have some minutes under my belt.”