ANDY GRAHAM called on his side to put another damaging defeat behind them and turn their attention to securing three points against Morton.

The Wasps were put to the sword by Aberdeen youngster Bruce Anderson's strike at the Indodrill Stadium on Saturday as they dropped to the foot of the table.

The loss made it five defeats in six in the league and the odds are now stacked against Jim Goodwin's side in their hunt for Championship survival.

However, they will head to Greenock with the confidence of two wins in three games against Jonatan Johansson's men this season.

Graham told Advertiser Sport: "We can't do anything about Saturday's defeat and we now just need to focus on Morton.

"It's a ground we have always done well at and a team we have done well against this season.

"We are going there to win the game and to get right back into the pack in this relegation fight.

"There are going to be ups and downs between now and the end of the season. Thistle scored last minute on Saturday and that's them on a high.

"But, that could easily change next week and it could be them or Falkirk who end up on the losing end.

"If we go to Cappielow and win, it would really put pressure on the other sides around us again."

While Graham and his teammates will be looking to bounce back on Saturday, the skipper was left dejected by their defeat to Dunfermline.

Stevie Crawford's high-flying side left the Wee County with all three points from a game in which Alloa were second best throughout.

Graham continued: "We are just so disappointed. It was a poor game and there wasn't much in it between the sides.

"We should really see it out and get at least a point from the game, but I don't think anyone played particularly well. We didn't play as much as we can on the ball and struggled to create much.

"We should have at least seen it out for a 0-0 and we are just disappointed to lose it.

"They've had one chance and taken. I can maybe do better (at the goal). It ricochets off me and falls to the boy, but my starting position can maybe be better.

"It wasn't as if we were having lots of chances, but, as I say, we just need to move onto Saturday and go to Cappielow and win the game."