Dundee United boss Csaba Laszlo has bemoaned the lack of clean sheets for his side in the early stages of the season.
The Tangerines have conceded in all five league games so far – to the frustration of their manager.
“I want to have clean sheets,” he said.
“Unfortunately in every game we have conceded goals.”
Laszlo believes that lack of selection continuity has played a part in their failure to register a Championship shut-out in five attempts.
“I had to change the defence again (against Morton), with Paul Watson coming in on the right side because of Stewart Murdoch having a problem with his knee,” he said.
“In the first 20 minutes maybe everybody wasn’t comfortable but we grew into the game and didn’t have any mistakes in behind.”
Murdoch’s return to training has yet to be confirmed but Sam Stanton is expected to be back this week.