JONATAN JOHANSSON insists he has no regrets over his decision to quit as Morton manager.

The Finn and assistant Peter Houston shocked the Ton by resigning just hours before the final league game of the campaign against Dundee United after being told they couldn’t play Charlie Telfer as it would have triggered a contract extension.

And the 43-year-old, who was inducted into Finland’s Hall of Fame at the weekend, is now looking for his next opportunity.

Johansson said: “It was great and it was an accolade that was really humbling to receive. It was great to be back watching the national team as well. I worked with them recently and it is great to see them doing well right now.

“For me personally, it was fantastic. You have great memories with great players and you reflect on your career. It was a great honour for me.

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“I am looking forward to the next challenge and I am doing my Pro Licence with the Scottish FA next week. I am keeping myself busy and I would like to get into the next one when it comes along. I am looking in the UK but also in the Scandinavian market so we will see what will come up.

“I am very much like that, I am all about learning experiences and moving forward and being better. It was a situation that occurred for me and Peter and we felt that it was better to step down. It is not anything that I regret or that I look back at. I felt finishing fifth in the Championship was good, I was happy with the position that we finished in a competitive and exciting league.

“It gave me so many good experiences and made me a much better coach and manager as well.

“I will take the positives from the experience. What happened at the end happened. I move forward.”