Swindon Town defender Sean Morrison is glad to be back at his parent Club after returning from a loan spell at Southend United.
And the young defender, who came through the Club’s Apprenticeship programme, is now keen to play his part in Town’s promotion push.
The 19 year old has spent two months in Essex at the Shrimpers but was recalled from his loan by Town Manager Danny Wilson.
Speaking on his return, he said:
“It’s good to be back. I enjoyed my time at Southend but this is home. We need a bit of depth at this time. I’m trying to prove to the gaffer I’ve learned a lot while I’ve been away.”
Morrison has already made 30 starts for Swindon who currently lie sixth in League One.
“I think he (Danny Wilson) knows what I’m capable of doing and capable of playing like,” he added. “I’m always going to be here to back them up.”
Morrison impressed Southend boss Steve Tilson during his loan spell but had to serve a suspension after being sent off on his debut.
“I started off badly with my sending off against Yeovil but I thought I did well. It felt good knowing Steve Tilson wanted to keep me on.”