AIDAN Nesbitt says Morton deserved a slice of luck to earn a last-minute draw against Arbroath.

The Ton winger admitted they failed to hit top gear against the Red Lichties on Saturday.

But he believes salvaging a point made up for the agony of losing all three against Inverness after a good performance in the Highlands.

He told the Tele: “It was nice to be on the right end of a last-minute goal this time.

“It kind of balances out the one we conceded up in Inverness on Tuesday night.

“It ends up being a good point with the way that other results went for us, because other than that it wasn’t really a great performance from us.

“I felt as if I could’ve done better on the ball against Arbroath. Collectively as a team we weren’t great, but I do feel as if I’m hitting top form just now.

“I’ve got three goals in six games and chipped in with a few assists as well along the way, so I’m starting to get to where I want to be.

“I’m not thinking of any numbers, it’s been a hard ten days for us, emotionally and physically but overall we’ve done quite well.

“We showed a lot of character to come back and get a point, because we probably played better up in Inverness than we did at the weekend.

“A few games spring to mind, like Alloa, where we’ve played well and we’ve not come away with three points, so it’s nice that the roles have reversed.”