NICKY Cadden believes Morton can start turning positive performances into wins — starting with Saturday’s match against Arbroath.

David Hopkin’s side have only won one game in five, but the Ton winger believes they can count themselves unlucky not to have picked up more points.

Cadden believes they can get back on track at Cappielow on Saturday — if they are at the top of their game against the Red Lichties.

He told the Tele: “We’ve played really well at home and also played well away from home, but we’ve just not got the results to go with the performances.

“Hopefully we can take that into the Arbroath game on Saturday and bounce back by getting three points.

“We’ve only been beaten once here at Cappielow, and we need to take a lot from that and build from it.

“It’s important that we get the three points before going into the Brora Rangers game because we don’t want that being a potential banana skin.

“We need to focus on Arbroath this Saturday, because we saw in the reverse game, they’re a really good and well organised team.

“Everybody thinks because they’re part-time that it’ll be an easy game, but it’s not.

“They’re well-trained, well-drilled decent outfit and they’re very hard to play against so we’ll need to be at our best to get a result and end their run of form.”