Morris looks back on Checkatrade victory
Shrewsbury Town midfielder Bryn Morris was delighted to get 90 minutes under his belt against West Brom Under-21s.
Tuesday night’s game was Bryn’s first appearance in nearly two months, after suffering a knee injury earlier in the season.
Morris was pleased to get back out on the pitch and to come through the game unscathed.
“It feels good to be back playing”, Bryn said.
“When you’ve put a lot of work in to get back and then you’ve played 90 minutes, it feels good and the knee feels fine.
“Physically I would have like a bit of a better test – it was a bit laid back – but it is what it is, we won and my knee’s fine.”
Goals from Lenell John-Lewis, Carlton Morris and Louis Dodds gave Town a comfortable victory and Bryn believes it was a positive performance.
“The Gaffer said that he would have liked us to punish them a bit”, said Morris.
“He wanted four or five goals and a clean sheet as well. We got three goals and kept a clean sheet, so it’s positive.”
The game also saw four Town players make their first-team debuts and Morris was pleased for them.
“It’s good for them to have a bit of involvement”, Bryn continued.
“I made my debut at 16 and it was a good experience. It’s nice for them to get on and hopefully it will give them a bit of a boost and drive them on to work even harder.”