GOAL hero Lewis Strapp believes that Morton never know when they are beaten after his diving header completed a stunning comeback against Ayr United.

Despite being two goals down with seven minutes to go, Ton rallied to complete the miraculous turnaround against Mark Kerr’s side in a five-goal thriller.

The youngster netted his second goal for his boyhood club and the full-back says it made up for for his own goal in the first half which put Ayr 1-0 up.

He told the Tele: “I’m delighted because I thought that we were down and out at one stage.

"I didn’t even know we’d conceded a second goal because I was getting treatment on my eye, so I was a bit annoyed at that.

“We’ve got a good mentality here in the dressing room and you saw it a couple of times last season that we didn’t know when we were beat and we’ve done it again coming back from two goals down this time around.

“I’m absolutely buzzing that I’ve been able to get the winner, especially with it being my first game back from injury and then everything that’s gone on in the game.

“It was such a rollercoaster of emotions and I’m glad that I’ve been able to redeem myself too.

“I do that clearance every day in training and it never ends up in my own net, so to pop up with the winner in that fashion just caps off a great comeback for me and the team.”