ON Friday sitting in Tenerife I questioned my sanity in coming home early to endure the eight-hour round trip to Inverness and in doing so move from the sunshine of the Canaries to the predicted sleet, rain and wind of the Highlands.

Fast forward 24 hours and I found myself completely vindicated as the hazardous travelling conditions were completely outweighed by the fact that Morton gave us a fantastic display and allowed us to travel home with the three points.

I think it's fair to say we have travelled up north on many occasions only to return home empty handed and it is an extremely depressing journey to endure when you lose.

Once again Dougie’s boys came up trumps and it is like night and day from earlier in the season as the supporters, players and staff are enjoying a bond that many of us thought had gone forever.

There is not a better sight in football as a supporter than to see such a trip as Saturday’s being rewarded not only with a win but an acknowledgement from the players and management team at the end of the game.

I’m sure we will endure some setbacks before the season ends but at this moment in time it really does feel good being a Morton supporter.

Hopefully some of our sleeping support will come along to Cappielow on Saturday for a game which could go an awful long way towards confirming safety from relegation.