GOAL hero Kyle Jacobs believes Morton used the atrocious weather to good effect against Dunfermline. 

Ton’s clash against the Pars was one of only two Championship fixtures to survive the torrential rain which swept across the country on Saturday.

Jacobs says Ton coped well with the difficult conditions — and believes they suited his style of play.

He told the Tele: “We knew that it was going to be tough with the way that the conditions were and they were only going to get worse as the game went on.

“It probably suits my game a lot better to be honest and I don’t really mind that.

“We adapted to it maybe a bit better than what they did because obviously they’re a bit more of a passing team and they’re good on the ball and the weather really worked in our favour, especially being at home.

“I’m glad that the game went ahead because the rest of the park was fine and was good to play on. It was a big game for us and obviously we’ve been able to go and get a great result.

“We just have to take things game by game because we can only beat what’s in front of us and that’s what we’ve done over the last few weeks.

“We’ve got nine points out of 12 which is good.
“We’ve managed to build momentum going into the cup game on Saturday.”