The second-string boss was frustrated as he saw the Light Blues fall to defeat against the Greenock side with a lacklustre performance.
Gers were actually unlucky to trail to Dylan McLauchlin’s goal at the break but they were certainly second best after the restart and could have no complaints about the final score.
It was the third match in a row Rangers had fallen 2-0 behind and although they came back to beat Airdrie last week, the volume of goals being conceded is a big concern for Wilson.
Speaking on RangersTV.tv this evening, he said: “I’m sure Morton will feel they deserved to win but on the balance of play in the first half, we should have been ahead at that point.
“We didn’t have enough in the final third and our opponents really scored with their first effort at goal.
“After the break we didn’t show a good enough reaction to that and it was only in the last 15 minutes that we started to pile forward.
“We went from having a chance to make it 2-2 to losing 3-1 instead in a matter of seconds and we could have no complaints.
“It’s disappointing to keep going behind, particularly with some of the scrappy goals we seem to lose.
“The difficulty is we often only get this group together on the day of a game and that makes things more difficult.
“I’ll take the chance to go over some of the mistakes we made on video with the boys and hopefully we can eradicate these mistakes.”
Wilson admits the match represented a missed opportunity for many of the players at his disposal to show they were worthy of promotion to the first team.
Management trio Ally McCoist, Kenny McDowall and Ian Durrant all watched the game but they won’t have been terribly impressed by what they saw.
Regardless, Wilson is adamant there were still plus points to take from the fixture, including the return of two players from injuries.
He added: “I don’t think there will have been too much food for thought for Ally to go away with.
“With that said, I thought young Luca Gasparotto strolled through the game and Darren Cole played 90 minutes for the first time in a while after an ankle injury.
“He mistimed a tackle that led to the first goal but after being out injured for so long, that was down to rustiness as much as anything.
“Andy Little also came back and made an impact when he came on as he always does. It was the same with Andy Murdoch when we put him on.”