Midfielder on his form and Morecambe challenge
Aaron Morris believes the best is still to come from him because he’s still adjusting to playing regularly after an injury nightmare.
Despite being a regular during Wimbledon’s impressive recent run, the midfielder (pictured above) says there’s still some way to go for him after he was out for almost a year with an anterior cruciate ligament injury prior to joining the Dons.
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Morris said: “I would not say that I’m at my best because I really need a pre-season under my belt to try and kick-start me. I’ve been thrown into the deep end, but I’m getting a consistent run of games now and I’m enjoying it here. The manager has been first-class with me. He’s a great manager and I’m in debt to him really.
“Those dark days are behind me now and I’m really looking forward to carrying on and getting positive results. We’ve had two great results at Southend and Plymouth. The Southend match was one of the toughest since I’ve been here. We want to continue our good form and finish the season strongly.”
Morecambe will be eager to end Wimbledon’s four-match unbeaten run to boost their survival prospects and Morris has called on the club’s fans to help the team end their home campaign with a flourish.
“The fans play a massive part and we want them to come down here and push us over the line to end the season on a positive note,” added Morris. “We are going to have to be at our best to get a result against Morecambe, but we cannot focus too much on them. We know that we are capable of beating any team in this league so we have to concentrate on ourselves and try and get the three points.”
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