Millwall manager Neil Harris is already planning for next season, with Scunthorpe United winger Josh Morris firmly in in his sights, according to a report on HITC, following a poor season for the Lions that saw them finish in 21st place in the Championship.
Morris, 27, is a free-agent in the summer after spending three years at Glanford Park where he scored 33 goals in 97 appearances for the Iron.
So would Morris get into the Millwall starting XI?
“Yes, I think he would.
“He’s got real talent on the ball, he’s creative and is a fighter.
“I didn’t like his goal against Plymouth, that was out of order, but it doesn’t detract from his ability.
“He’d be a huge addition to them.”
“Morris is a good player and has done very well for Scunthorpe over the past few seasons. He would be an ideal signing for Millwall and I think he’s good enough to get into the Lions’ current starting XI.
“He’s scored plenty of goals in League One and deserves the chance to prove himself in the Championship.
“Of all the clubs linked with him, I think Milwall probably represents his best chance of regular first-team football.”
“He’d be a certain starter.
“Millwall need a player that has the attributes that Morris has displayed ins recent seasons.
“He offers the creativity needed from midfield and has an eye for goal which is exactly what Neil Harris’ side need going forward.
“It would be a no-brainer for the Millwall boss next season if they won the race for him.”