A HUGE selection headache looms for Ayr United boss Ian McCall after another glorious weekend win.

The Honest Men hammered Morton 5-1 at Cappielow to leave them top of the Championship, two points clear of Ross County.

McCall said: "From where I saw it for the first half hour we were in complete control. Robbie Crawford made a poor error which he has never made in my time and they got back into it. Ross Doohan's penalty save was magnificent and after that we scored four more goals.

"The fans were magnificent and we are top of the league, who would have thought so four years ago when we struggled to beat Stirling Albion. I don't know who to play on Saturday against Dundee United, I will have to think about it. We are looking to win and I hope we have a great support."

Meanwhile striker Craig Moore who bounced back from injury with a double was equally delighted and said: "It was good to get a couple of goals to kick start my season but three points are the main thing.

"The Ayr United fans were fantastic. Hopefully I am knocking on the door to play and will let football do the talking."

Meanwhile McCall was disappointed his team had not been given a penalty at 1-0 down in the Betfred Cup tie against Rangers at Ibrox last Wednesday.

McCall said: "We felt three of the goals were really cheap. For the first one Michael (Rose) should have done better, the second was really poor from us, the fourth was a good one but the third wasn't even a good set play.

"It was a pretty clear penalty (when Alan Forrest was brought down by Jonathan Flanagan). Bobby Madden, the referee said he will phone to apologise but didn't and we move on."

He was heartened with the support given by the 945 visiting fans and added: "We were pleased with the crowd, the higher the better in terms of us getting some finance."