GAVIN Reilly insists Morton's impressive victory over Dunfermline will mean nothing unless they follow it up with a win against Ayr United.

The 28-year-old Livingston loanee scored Ton's third goal against the Pars in a man-of-the-match performance.

Reilly has urged his team-mates to build on the 5-0 triumph and hopes they can replicate the performance against the Honest Men at Somerset Park.

He told the Tele: “It’s a very big three points for us, especially with it being our victory at home this season.

“It’s been good to get that first home league win and to kick off the new year in front of the fans like that, but we need to build on it now.

“It means nothing if we can't go down to Somerset Park and don’t get a result to follow it up.

“With the chances created, it shows that we’re being more positive in games, not just myself with the number of chances that we’re getting, but we were all getting opportunities to score.

“It’s been great since the gaffer came in, we’ve had two really positive results now and it’s something that we now need to go and build on.

“It’s been a shame that we’ve had the two games called off, but on the flip side it’s given us a chance to get on the training ground and do some more work with him.

"We’ve had to be patient but it’s up to us now to go and put it all into action and follow up on this victory.”