REECE Lyon says Morton will be on a revenge mission as they look to give Partick Thistle a taste of their own medicine when they visit Cappielow this evening.

The Ton playmaker admits the frustration of losing 3-0 to the Jags at Firhill at the end of August is still fresh in his memory and he hopes that he and his team-mates can firmly flush it out of their system with a positive result against Ian McCall's men.

Gus MacPherson's side return to Cappielow for the first time since their 2-2 draw against Arbroath on October 2.

The midfielder hopes they can take inspiration from the home crowd after three tough away fixtures which saw Ton rack up the miles over the course of October.

He told the Telegraph Sport: “Not only is it a big game for us, it’s an important week with three games on the spin.

“It was important that we gave ourselves a platform to build on at Palmerston and we’ve managed to do that by getting a good point on Saturday. Now our attention firmly switches to tonight’s game against Partick Thistle.

“We owe them a bit of payback if I'm being honest because it was a poor day all round the last time. We didn’t lay a glove on them.

“It’s good that we’re at home against them, but we know they’re a good team.

“They played Hamilton the other week, who have just come down from the Premiership, and they turned them over 6-1 at their place.

“We have no doubt it’ll be a tough game, but it’s still early doors in the season and anything can happen.

“We’ve now got a few home games on the spin as well, which is nice.

“The away run that we’ve had has been tough, so it’s nice to be back playing at Cappielow in front of our own supporters.

“We need to take confidence from that and make the most of it and hopefully fans will see that in our performances.”

Lyon hopes that Ton have what it takes to turn things around in the second quarter of the season.

He admits it’s been a frustrating start to the campaign but he believes that it has only been the fine margins that have gone against Ton so far.

He said: “We’ve been a wee bit frustrated after the first quarter.

“Our goal was to have been on more points than we currently find ourselves on, so it’s now up to us to put that right.

“We feel we could’ve taken more points from games and it has just been the fine margins that have gone against us this season.

“It’s just those that we need to get right, hopefully tightening up and beginning to put the ball in the back of the net up the other end and I believe we can do that.”