MORTON stopper Danny Rogers has warned his teammates not to take high-flying Brora Rangers lightly when they welcome the Highland League leaders to Cappielow on Saturday in the Scottish Cup.

The Aberdeen loanee admitted that he is aware of the threat that Brora pose from his time at the Premiership club as news of their results was a popular topic.

Brora have scored 90 goals in all competitions this season and conceded just 11 times, having only lost twice all season. 

The Irishman knows that he and the Ton will have to be at their best if they want to be in the hat for the next round come five o’clock on Saturday. 

He told the Tele: “It was a big result for us on Saturday, it was so important for us to beat Arbroath but now we move on to Brora on Saturday and it won’t be easy.

“It’s a potential banana skin for us and I know that they’re a decent team and they’re scoring goals for fun.

“When I was up in Aberdeen you’d hear about them a lot and they just run teams over all the time.

“It’ll be a tough one for us, but we need to win it because there’s a big financial gain for the club with it being in the cup so I think that the gaffer will put out a strong team.

“It’s a proper David v Goliath cup tie and I’m looking forward to it.”