MORTON striker Ben Armour says he won’t be knocking on manager Jim Duffy’s door for more first-team game time — because he has full trust in his gaffer’s judgment.

Armour has made a handful of appearances for the starting XI and insists he is content with how many minutes he has played for Duffy’s A-team.

While the 19-year-old reckons he is good enough to play, he won’t be getting carried away. 

Instead he says he’ll get his head down, continue working hard and hope to let his football do the talking on the pitch.
He told the Tele: “I’m more than happy with the first-team game time I’m getting at the moment. 

“I know some players would be moaning a bit about how they should be playing more or getting off the bench earlier but I’m quite happy just now.

“I want first-team football as much as anyone else does but I think a lot of young players these days often get ahead of themselves. I’m just trying to keep myself grounded just now.

“At the end of the day I trust everything the gaffer does. I believe in him and his judgment and I’ll just need to take what I can get at the moment.”