CAMERON Blues says celebrating in front of the Morton faithful has made him hungry for more goals.

The 22-year-old found the net for the first time with supporters inside Cappielow over two years after signing for the club during Ton's 2-2 draw against Arbroath.

The former Livingston man bagged three goals last season while fans were locked out of stadiums due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Blues says he'll cherish his strike against the Red Lichties and he now hopes it sparks a goal rush this season.

He told the Tele: “I hope I can get a scoring run going now because that one at the weekend was something else.

“It was my first goal in front of any Morton fans since signing.

"I’d scored three last season and there were no fans in the stadium, it didn’t feel right.

“The one against Celtic in the last round of the SPFL Trust Trophy didn’t really have any fans there either, so the one at the weekend was the first time I’ve experienced anything like it.

"It was a special moment.

“I just hope that I can keep the run going this weekend against Montrose and get another in front of a good travelling support."

The midfielder believes the SPFL Trust Trophy tie at Links Park against the League One outfit offers Ton a fresh challenge.

He said: “The cup can provide us with a positive distraction – it’s something a bit different for us.

“It allows us to try different things and it will be a good opportunity for players who haven't haven't had a lot of minutes.

“We did that against Celtic and everyone was brilliant so hopefully it can have the same effect this time around.

“We just need to get our heads down and go again at a difficult venue.”

Blues admits he is still scratching his head about the penalty decision following Oisin McEntee's aerial challenge with Colin Hamilton in Saturday's draw.

The midfielder has urged his team-mates to take their frustrations from the draw into this weekend’s cup clash against the Gable Endies.

He added: “We were all left disappointed after the game at the weekend, we thought we did enough to win it.

“We put in a good second-half performance and it was a sore one to lose the penalty in the way that we did.

“You have to use your arms to jump high and that’s what Oisin did, it’s a great header for him.

“It was a poor decision in my opinion and that’s why it’s so disappointing that we didn’t come away with the three points.

“We need to use our frustrations from that game and use them to move on positively.”