PETER Grant believes Morton’s win over Dundee has set their standards this season as he looks to make Cappielow a fortress.

The centre-back wants to use Saturday’s victory as a stepping stone to success this campaign.

Grant is determined to make Morton a formidable force at Cappielow after his header made it three home wins out of three.

He told the Tele: “It’s good to lay a marker down so early against very experienced players from the Premier League and from down south.

“We want to make Cappielow a very hard place to come to and we feel that we can mix it up and cause teams problems like we showed against Dundee.

“We never look too far in front, we need to take it game by game and find some consistency because I think that’s what is most important in this league.

“If you get a team and results are consistent then you won’t be far away come the end of the season.

“It’s pleasing to be in the play-off spots. It’s early days still but everyone thought that the two Dundee sides would run away with the league due to the money they’ve spent.

“I thought we were very comfortable against Dundee for a large majority of the game, obviously late in the game.

“They’ll piled on the pressure but I knew we had the players capable of dealing with that.”