THE past week has seen Morton play out two 1-1 draws away from home which continues our mini-unbeaten run.

But after taking the lead in both games, the end results were slightly disappointing.

It say a lot for this group of players that we are now expecting rather than hoping for them to win games especially away from home. Before the team went on this run of four games unbeaten I was convinced we would be heavily involved in a relegation battle.

Whilst I still think we are far from certain to avoid being involved at the wrong end of the league, I also believe there is a possibility that we could sneak into the play-offs.

The nature of this league does mean teams like Morton can one week be near the bottom of the table and near the play-offs the following week.


GREENOCK boss Tommy Molloy has bolstered his squad by welcoming back former player David Barron to Ravenscraig.

The versatile 33-year-old has joined the 'Nock on loan from Pollok.

Barron, who appeared nearly 100 times for St Mirren, played for Greenock in 2015 before moving to Stranraer.

A club spokesperson said: "David joins the club till the end of the season.

"We would like to thank Pollok FC for their help and co-operation with the signing."

Greenock face Irvine Victoria at Ravenscraig this Saturday after a two-week Christmas break.