Morris hoping momentum continues with another positive display against Ipswich.
Caretaker manager Alex Morris says he has been looking forward to this weekend’s final home game of the season against Ipswich ever since the whistle went at Hillsborough on Tuesday evening.
Morris oversaw a narrow 1-0 defeat against an in-form Sheffield Wednesday and he wants to take that commitment and resilience into our final home game of the campaign against Kieran McKenna’s side.
Morris told crewealex.net: “The manner of the defeat at Sheffield Wednesday will still give us plenty of confidence and a spring in our step going into Ipswich on Saturday because they did a lot of good things on Tuesday night, not everything and there is always room for improvement.
“They are not at the stage yet where they can put in a complete performance, there is going to be bumps in the road along the way but we aiming to get into a position where they can be consistent enough to put in a compete performance every week, if not every other week.
“And when those situations happen when they cannot put in a complete performance, they still compete and stay in games like they did at Hillsborough.
“The momentum built from the last two games has been really pleasing and it should give us extra confidence going into Saturday.
“I said to them afterwards that I am looking forward to going into Saturday for so many reasons. Ipswich will bring a good crowd, and I hope and expect we will have a large number of home fans as well, so it should be another great atmosphere and we will give it another right good go.”