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Morris looking for a positive result

12 October 2017

Winger Josh Morris wants his side to go to Rotherham and put a top level performance in, after a couple of difficult games.

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13 October 2017

The Iron, who will be backed by another big away following, will be looking to put their recent results behind them to defeat the Yorkshire side.

Morris previewed the away match when he spoke to iFollow Iron.

ON THE LAST COUPLE OF GAMES…
JM: You can tell why they’re at the top. I think Wigan punished us in certain areas on Saturday and it was two tough games. At times in the games, we’ve shown what we can do, but at other times we let ourselves down in certain aspects. It’s good to have another team around us to play and we want to bounce back. We’ve been working hard this week and are looking forward to putting the results right.

ON THE ROTHERHAM GAME…
JM: They’re all tough games in our league, it doesn’t matter where they are, it’s still early days. It will be a tough place to go but it’s a challenge we’re looking forward to. We’ve kept quite a long of clean sheets this season, but they’ve scored a lot of goals. Hopefully we can get a positive result.

"We’ve been working hard this week and are looking forward to putting the results right."

Josh Morris, midfielder

ON THE SHORT TRIP…
JM: Travelling doesn’t really affect us at all. We are used to it by now, everyone’s been around it. It’s not a long journey so it will be a good game and a local one.

ON THE SEASON SO FAR…
JM: It’s not been a bad start, obviously we would like to be a bit higher in the table. We’ve had a few disappointing results, but we’re not a million miles off. You look at last year at the teams where we are at the moment - they ended up going up. It’s a long way to go, it’s not a bad start but we can improve in certain areas.

Josh Morris

ON WANTING TO SCORE…
JM: I’ve not scored in a few games now, but if someone else is scoring then I’m not too fussed. I’m not going to score every game, I’m fully aware of that. If I can get another, then hopefully it can start another run off.

ON THE IRON FANS…
JM: It’s a boost for us. Look at the games at Bury and Rochdale that weren’t too far away, and there was great support there. It makes a big difference, so it’s a good following from the fans.

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