CAMERON Blues says cutting out Morton's recent set-piece slip-ups is a top priority after a second corner in two weeks cost his side a win against Ayr.

The 23-year-old, who put Ton 1-0 up in the first against the Honest Men, held his hands up for his part played in conceding the late leveller.

But the midfielder believes that they should’ve been home and hosed long before Tomi Adeloye’s second-half header.

He told the Tele: “We’re disappointed that we didn’t come away with the win on Saturday. We’re even more disappointed with the fact that we’ve conceded from a corner at the front post again.

“That’s really poor from us. Maybe I could’ve done better in the build-up but overall it was a good battling performance.

“It was a tough game in fairness. I thought that we were unfortunate not to get one of the disallowed goals. The pair of them were really soft.

“I don’t know the rule exactly about challenging the goalkeeper but Gozie [Ugwu] had done really well to get there for both of them, so we were gutted to be coming away with only a point.

“It was a really tight game, both teams play with a similar style in looking to get the ball down the channels and putting balls into the box, but the positive is that they’ve not beaten us this year.

“That’s three draws and a win we’ve had against them and they’re a good side and tough to play against.

“It’s really disappointing the fact we’ve conceded from a corner in a similar fashion but it was a good delivery.

“You need a bit of luck to be on your side in that sense and then with decisions too, I thought we should’ve had a penalty for a handball that wasn’t given.

“If even two of those calls are given then we could’ve been three up and the game’s done and you can enjoy it.”

Blues admits that he and his team-mates will use the frustration of Saturday’s draw against Ayr as motivation going into Friday night’s televised clash against their Ayrshire rivals Kilmarnock.

After finding the net against the Honest Men, he hopes that he can add to his goals tally between now and the end of the campaign.

He said: “We feel like we should’ve walked away with a win but we’ll just use that as motivation to go into the Kilmarnock game now.

“We’ll analyse it and work on things going into Friday night.

“That’s me up to five goals for the season, excluding the one against the Celtic young team.

“I’m delighted to hit that number.

"It’s the most I've got in a season and hopefully I can get a few more before the end of the campaign as I've been really enjoying my football."