Ipswich Town midfielder Sam Morsy has delivered a clear message to supporters on his personal Twitter account insisting that he cannot wait to get going for the Tractor Boys.
In what was a hectic transfer window for Ipswich over the summer, they managed to pull off one of their most surprising additions late on with them managing to agree a deal with Middlesbrough to secure the signature of Morsy on a permanent deal.
That comes just a year on from the midfielder’s move to Middlesbrough from Wigan Athletic. While he had been a key part of Neil Warnock’s side in the Championship last term.
However, Morsy had been a crucial part of Paul Cook’s Wigan side. He has also already recently insisted that he only decided to drop down to League One this summer because of the influence of his former manager.
Morsy adds yet more depth and quality to Ipswich’s midfield options for the campaign, with them having already managed to sign the likes of Tom Carroll, Lee Evans and Rekeem Harper.
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Taking to his personal Twitter account, Morsy has insisted to Ipswich supporters that he now can not wait to play in front of them and get his career with the Tractor Boys up and running.
— Sam Morsy (@sammorsy08) September 4, 2021
Morsy is a significant addition to the Ipswich squad and he adds that extra midfield bite that they have perhaps been lacking in the opening month of the League One campaign.
The Tractor Boys have a lot of quality in the midfielder area, but Morsy could be able to help glue all of that together. Whilst he can also provide the protection to the back four that will be required to ensure that they remain solid in defence.
Cook obviously knows all about how to get the very best out of the midfielder. That suggests that Morsy should be able to slot straight into the side and make a real positive impact swiftly over the next few weeks or so.
At League One level, Morsy has already shown he can be a standout performer with him having been integral to Wigan’s promotion from the third tier under Cook during the 2017/18 campaign.