Morris looks back on last night's 4-0 win over Bristol Rovers
Shrewsbury Town Striker Carlton Morris was delighted with Town’s four-nil win as they headed back to the top of League One.
Morris won the man of the match award – scoring once and setting up another as Town put Bristol Rovers to the sword in the first-half.
“It was a good night for sure”, Carlton said.
“4-0 up in the first-half and then managing the game in the second half, but I’m just pleased for the lads tonight.”
“Even when I’m not in the team and I’m watching them play like that, it’s a pleasure to be a part of.”
Town scored four really well worked goals in the first-half and it came as no surprise to Carlton.
“That’s the quality we’ve got in our squad”, Morris said.
“We do it in training day in day out and the Gaffer and Doigy keep us on our toes, keep our standards high and we’ve shone through and shown that tonight.
“I’m not sure whether Junior meant to do a deep cross – whether he spotted me or not – but it was good to get on the end of it.
“His header put mine to shame really, especially for his height, but Junior can get up and I’m pleased to him to get on the scoresheet tonight.”
Morris now has five goals in 13 appearances, but he is more worried about the team than personal accolades.
“I’m keeping half an eye on my goal record, but the most important thing is we keep winning games and we’ve just got to move onto Saturday now and be prepared for that”, Carlton admitted.