ADAM Livingstone hopes to see more attractive football at Morton than he did in his previous loan spell.

The young full-back spent six months on loan at East Fife in 2018 but says their long-ball tactics didn’t suit his game.

Livingstone, who arrived on a season-long loan deal on Monday night, expects a more attractive style of football under David Hopkin, which he hopes will develop him into a first-team regular.

He told the Tele: “When I played with East Fife, it wasn’t really a challenge and you didn’t really play any football in that league because you just punted the ball up the park.

“Here the focus is getting the ball on the deck and being more similar to the Premier League.

“It’ll be good to get as many games here and develop as much as I can at a competitive standard.

“I want to come here and make an impact. I want to do well and show what I can do, not just to Motherwell but for Morton, because they’re giving me a good chance here.

Cappielow is a good park and the boys in the dressing room are fantastic, I just really want to kick on.

“Both clubs obviously have a good track record in bringing through youth players, so I’m excited to see what the season brings for me.

Inverness is a tough game to start with, especially with the squad coming off of the back of a heavy defeat, so hopefully I can get a few extra days training and then maybe myself and Jack [Baird] can pull off something special.”