No Time To Relax
If you want success you have to ensure that you play at the top of your game every time you cross the white line.
Morton manager Allan Moore wants more from his players - no matter who they are playing. Moore was disappointed to see his side lose to Dumbarton, who are bottom of the First Division, and Cowdenbeath, when a win would have taken the Ton to the top of the league. He wants to keep the pressure on Dunfermline and be ready for any slip ups in the race for the title. Part of his plans include making sure his squad do not get complacent about their position in the team. While happy with Derek Gaston in goal, Moore has extended the loan of back up goalkeeper David Hutton until the end of the season. The former Aberdeen, Clyde, Queen of the South and Hamilton Accies 'keeper signed for the Cappielow side in September after Allan Combe left to be a coach at Hearts. Moore said: "I am pleased to have David signed up as having him here has been great in keeping Derek on his toes. I would have no problems in calling him in if required."
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