Defender on his return
Sean Morrison is delighted to be back playing for the Royals after months of injury frustration, and has thanked the Reading supporters for welcoming him back into the fold.
The centre back suffered a knee injury in November, and further setbacks during his recovery forced him to stay in the treatment room for longer than he had originally hoped.
“It was nice to be back, I heard the fans give me a shout when I came back in too,” said Morrison.
“There have been setbacks, I was meant to come back at the beginning of February and pulled my quad, but since then things have gone well and I’m just happy. It’s been very frustrating but hopefully I can still have a big effect on this season.”
The 23-year-old has admitted that he still has to build back up to full match sharpness, but is relishing the opportunity to cement his side’s place in the play-offs.
“I was disappointed with the first goal (against Huddersfield), I was probably a bit over eager to go in and win it, he’s giving me a little bit of a nudge and got in on goal. It has been four and a half months since the QPR game so it will take a couple of games to get up and running. I’m at a good level of fitness, the more training I get in and the put in the more games I play the better I’m going to get. We have two big away games now, we will focus on that and hopefully come back with maximum points.”