CRAIG McGuffie says Morton players will be going into this week's play-off double header against Airdrie to fight for their futures.

The diminutive winger believes that his side have what it takes to see off Ian Murray’s men and keep their Championship status secure for another year.

McGuffie knows their futures at the club are at stake and insists they will give everything to keep Morton in the second tier when they face the Diamonds tomorrow night.

He told the Tele: “There’s a lot riding on the games, it will be massive for the club to stay in the league and also there are a lot of boys who will be out of contract.

“We are playing for our futures, as well as the club’s.

“We’re looking forward to the game tomorrow night and I’m sure Airdrie are too.

“They’ll be full of confidence having had a good season and getting to the play-off final and they’re a good side.

“Folk will have probably written us off last Tuesday after being beaten in the first leg, but we were confident going into the second leg last week and look what happened.

“We can't underestimate anyone, we’ve seen what happens when people do that and we’re expecting a similar type of match over the two legs this week.

“For me personally, I’m feeling good about the double header and I think we need to be confident going into these final two games because we know what we’re capable of now.

“It’s not about what we want as individuals at the minute and some people are bound to be disappointed if they miss out, but for us just now, it’s all about getting the job done and staying in the division."

McGuffie believes that the closeness of the squad will give them an extra dynamic across the two games.

The 23-year-old says Cameron Salkeld, who came in and made a huge impact against the Gable Endies after six weeks out in the cold, is a prime example of the strong character that Ton possess.

He said: “The boys are all together and you can see that with how much it meant to us even when we scored and then at full-time when we got through to the final.

“There’s no question that everybody’s on board and in on this together.

“You just need to look at Cameron Salkeld who’s come in after not featuring at all in the last couple of weeks.

“You saw how well he played and I thought he was man of the match on the night, so that just shows the type of characters that we’ve got here in the squad and they’ll be important across the games this week as well."