REECE Lyon today warned Inverness they’ll face a different beast when John Robertson’s men visit Cappielow as Morton look to avenge their Highland humiliation.

The Ton made the journey up north twice in the space of a week and were battered 5-0 in the league before being beaten 3-1 the following Saturday in the Challenge Cup. 

Lyon admits that he is looking for revenge as Morton welcome the Caley Jags to Cappielow on Saturday.

It will be the first of three games in the space of seven days and the midfielder believes it could be crucial to the Ton’s season going forward.

He told the Tele: “We’ve got three games in a week which will be a real test of our fitness and two of them are at home.

“We were beaten twice in the space of a week by Inverness, 5-0 and then 3-1, so it’s not as if it was a light beating. 

“To be brutally honest it was a hammering which wasn’t nice to be a part of.

“Hopefully we can come here and show them what we’re made of as we’re definitely looking to get a bit of revenge on them.

“We’ve obviously played both Inverness and Ayr before and been beaten by both of them. 

“We’ve not been beaten at Cappielow yet so hopefully we can go out there and show that nobody can beat us at home, and we’ll have six points to our name.”

The youngster believes that the Ton’s home unbeaten record will have to stay intact for as long as possible if they are to remain in the division.

But he says that it’s too early to talk about relegation and pointed to the gap between top and bottom of the table.

He added: “The main focus is to be unbeaten at Cappielow. Hopefully we can keep that going.

“If we can keep that going then we should stay in the league which is our focus.

“Anything that comes from our away games is a bonus, but we’ll just need to see what happens.

“We can’t let ourselves get caught up in any potential relegation talk – it’s never nice getting booed off the park but the league is the same as last year. 

“It’s fine margins between the top and bottom of the league.

“There’s only ten points in it and there’s still so much football to be played.”