MORTON goalkeeper Danny Rogers is desperate to record a first clean sheet as he fights to recapture the form he showed earlier in his career.

Rogers has made four appearances since joining on loan from Aberdeen last month and is eager to get his shutout sooner rather than later.

He believes that the next two games against Dundee and Dundee United are good opportunities to get his first clean sheet for Ton.

He told the Tele: “I’ve played well in the big games in this league before, so I just need to go and do it again.

“It’s been good to be back playing in all honesty, the results might not have been the best but I’m just appreciating being back out on the pitch.

“Hopefully the first clean sheet comes sooner rather than later, but knowing me it’ll probably come at the most unexpected time. 

“Football is weird like that so you never know.

“If it were to come in the next two weeks then obviously I’d be delighted.

“The first few games have all been about me settling back in to getting playing, so hopefully the fans will start to see the best of me now.”

The Irishman was annoyed in the way he lost sight of the ball to concede against Queen of the South on Saturday.

He said: “I didn’t really have a lot to do on Saturday, but it was just one of those games where we really should’ve taken something from.

“Their goal was a terrible one to concede, he’s scuffed it and nine times out of ten I save that.

“I lost sight of the ball. 

“He’s hit it through four bodies who went to go and block the ball and I’ve seen it really late.

“I just need to get it out of the system with hopefully some strong performances, as we’ve got two really tough games coming up.

“Those are the type of moments where I could get that clean sheet to really kick on, I’m looking forward to it.”