MORTON defender Brian McLean has held his hands up for his part in Iain Davidson’s match-winning header after losing the Raith Rovers skipper in the build-up to the goal.

The veteran defender admitted there are no excuses for he or his team-mates to look for as Ton’s winless run stretched to seven games.

McLean admitted that they will work hard to put things right starting today.

He told the Tele: “It’s frustrating because that’s two weeks on the trot we’ve lost at home.

“Our home record is something that we pride ourselves on, but we invest so much into the game and get nothing from it.

“I take full responsibility for that. It was my man who scored the goal, so I cost the lads three points.

“That responsibility is on my shoulders and I’m happy to accept that.

“It’s a sore one to take and I’ll hold my hands up for it.

“We’ve got to hit the ground running, but I feel as if we were in control for large portions of the game and in particular in the second half.

“But what’s done is done. We need to focus on Inverness next week and make sure that we do the next right thing in making sure that we recover well to go again."