PLAYMAKER Luca Colville admits it is taking time for him to adjust to the frantic pace of Scottish football.

Colville was frustrated he didn’t find the net against Queen of the South as Morton lost their third game in a row at Palmerston.

However, the 20-year-old is confident he will flourish when he gets used to the nature of Scotland’s second tier.

He said: “The Championship is very full on, you have to be on your toes all the time.

“Obviously I’ve come from English football having not played a lot but I just need to start contributing goals and assists.

“I know they’ll come eventually. I just need to keep working hard but it was just very frustrating not being able to score against Queen of the South, but I’ll know they’ll come not just for myself but for others.

“We’re a very young team with a lot of energy and we want to do well for each other, we just need to keep working hard and hopefully everything will click and come together.

“I was able to show more of my attacking qualities on Saturday but I’ve got to keep doing my defensive duties first and foremost.

“I’ve got to keep doing that because it’s very important, obviously I want to get on the ball as much as possible but I just need to keep working hard and hopefully be able to have more of the ball and impose my style of play.”