KAVLIN Orsi hopes that he can recreate his Somerset Park heroics as Morton travel south to face play-off rivals Ayr United tonight.

Orsi sparked a February comeback last season as Ton came back from a goal down to defeat Mark Kerr’s side 2-1 thanks to strikes from the Ton striker and winger Nicky Cadden.

The 23-year-old is confident that his side are more than capable of pulling off another result against the Honest Men, having already beaten them this season in a 3-2 thriller at Cappielow.

He told the Tele: “We went to Ayr United and beat them 2-1 last season in what was a really important victory for us and it was a good time for me as well.

“Hopefully we can go down there and do similar again this time around and keep ourselves in and around the play-offs

“We should’ve had two big games in quick succession, but obviously I can’t wait to get going against Ayr tonight.

“When you’re going into games on the back of a couple of wins, you’ve got some momentum, the ball is rolling and it’s not easy to stop that.

“I’m confident in myself and I’m confident in the boys that we can go and get a result tonight, let’s see if we can go out and ruffle a few feathers.

“We’re happy to just keep on focusing on ourselves and take things as far as the next game. We cannot afford to look too far ahead.

“Hopefully we’ve given ourselves a platform to go into the Ayr game and beyond that as well, to go and do well and be positive.

“People get behind you as well after a couple of results and start to think 'hold on, we’re a good team' which changes the atmosphere from top to bottom.

“When people start believing in you, you start believing in yourself and it all comes together.”

The Ton hitman believes they have made a dream start to playing under caretaker boss Anton McElhone, who took over from David Hopkin this month, and insists that he and his team-mates have hit top form at the right time.

He says Ton can prove to be a surprise package and can beat anyone in the league on their day as he looks ahead to the second half of the season.

He added: “It’s been a brilliant reaction from the boys, the last couple of weeks has been excellent.

“We’re still the same team, we’re still the same players but I think we’ve just made slight adjustments to the formation that’s brightened things up for everyone.

“It’s hard to explain it but we’re just playing really good football just now with a lot of freedom.

“I think we’ve just gone from strength to strength and we’ve come into a good patch of form at the right time, hopefully we can just go on a run now and keep it going.

“We've already shown it's possible to beat the top teams in this league, we just need to do everything right and be on top form on the day.

“I believe that we can beat anyone in this league."