Iredale, from Western Australia, broke into Morton's first team last year.

The 22-year-old, who came through the AIS and was on Perth Glory's books for three and half years, is fast establishing himself in the Scottish Championship.

This season Iredale has made 12 appearances, scoring one goal and notching three assists in league and cup competitions.

Normally a centre back or left back, he has amazingly been used in seven different positions already this campaign.

Ireland's utility value has been fully demonstrated with stints at left wing, centre midfield, central defence, wing back and as a fullback.

On Saturday the former ECU Joondalup grabbed one goal and two assists in an impressive 5-1 rout of Partick Thistle.

"It was a good day," he told FTBL. "I'm enjoying my football. I’m enjoying the season a lot more when I’m playing, it was a bit stop-start [early on].

"I've been asked to play multiple positions, about seven or so up till now. But I've been in at left wing back the past few games getting a string of 90-minute performances together, which I’m happy with.

"It's been hard in a sense that it’s difficult find a rhythm, but also I’ve got attributes I can use there that helps.

"Plus the experienced guys around me make it a lot easier."