DAVID Hopkin has told his Morton players there’s still room for improvement as he continues to look for new recruits to bolster his squad.

The Ton boss praised his players after securing their second victory in a row on Saturday against Dunfermline.

However, Hopkin stressed there’s a lot of work to be done to stave off the threat of relegation – and says he needs to add ‘one or two’ new players in the January window.​

He told the Tele:​ “It was a fantastic result against Arbroath so I’d said to the players before the game that they needed to go and build on it and thankfully they did.​

“It’s such a tight league — like it normally is — so there’s no room for error whatsoever going forward.​

"If you win two games, you’re looking up and things are looking good, whilst if you lose a couple of games then you’re lingering around the bottom of the table fighting relegation.​

“It was important that we got back in amongst the pack to drag other teams back in and around us with our game in hand.​

“We haven’t done anything yet, though, and we just need to make sure that we keep improving week by week.​

“Hopefully we can bring in one or two players who can add some quality to the team going forward and make us that wee bit stronger.”