MORTON gaffer Gus MacPherson is planning to stick with a two-man attack for tomorrow's crucial encounter against Raith Rovers.

Kalvin Orsi and Gary Oliver led the line in Ton's 2-1 win over Queen of the South and the 52-year-old says he has enough attacking options to continue with the system.

With six points from their last three league games and Tuesday's Scottish Cup victory against Dunfermline, MacPherson hopes to maintain the feelgood factor inside Cappielow with a victory at Stark's Park.

He told the Tele: “Hopefully after that win on Saturday and then going through on Tuesday night we can build some momentum going into the final part of the season.

“We had a good feeling after winning up at Inverness and again out of those three games – Inverness, Dunfermline and Queen of the South - if someone had said that you’d take six points out of those nine then you’d have been delighted.

“That result up there was also a catalyst and they didn’t do a lot wrong against Dunfermline.

“We’ve given ourselves some options in playing two strikers and it's worked well up there and then during this week as well.

“We’ll probably look to that again tomorrow.

“It’s the oldest cliché in the book, you’ve got to take it each game at a time.

“Last week against Queen of the South was the biggest game of the season and now the game tomorrow against Raith Rovers is the biggest game of the season.

“That’s just the way that it is, if they can play like they did on Saturday and on Tuesday and be competitive in games, playing with that energy and that enthusiasm then we’ll be okay.

“We haven’t set any points totals or anything like that, we’re just looking to win as many games as possible and to keep the club in the division in what is an incredibly tight league.”

MacPherson was pleased to welcome midfield enforcer Kyle Jacobs back into the fold in the midweek Scottish Cup triumph over Dunfermline.

He admitted that the midfielder played more minutes than first anticipated but the Ton boss says he was happy to see how well the South African and Reece Lyon worked together.

MacPherson said: “It was good to have guys like Kyle Jacobs making a return from injury and playing what turned out to be a full match.

“We weren’t expecting to do that, we were hoping to maybe see if we could push him to 75 minutes and ease him back in to things.

“It’s just the way that the game went it was important that we kept him and young Reece Lyon in the middle of the park for as long as we could.

“We had three strikers on the park, we’d played our cards so it was crucial to keep that wee bit of continuity in the middle of the park.”