Tranmere Rovers midfielder Kieron Morris has spoken to us about his rehabilitation from injury, becoming one of the longest-serving members of the playing squad, and putting in extra work to get ready for next season.
The 28-year-old last featured for Rovers in February and has been sidelined with an ankle injury, but is nearing a return to full fitness. He sat down with us to talk about the season just gone, and also to look ahead to the 2023/24 campaign.
“I’m coming towards the end of my rehabilitation now so it’s my last run today. I’m just looking to get fit for pre-season then.”
Kieron also spoke about how he found last season both from a personal and a team point of view: “Frustrating for me, obviously due to injury, I was out for ten weeks at the start of the season with my knee, and then another ten weeks now with my ankle so frustrating for me. Thankfully I’m glad to be back and I’ll kick on for next season.”
The midfielder touched on the staff changes that have seen Ian Dawes appointed as permanent manager, Neil Danns come in as his assistant manager and Nigel Adkins appointed as technical director. “It’s great. Obviously I know Dawesy, I’ve been working with him for three years now, same with Parky (Andy Parkinson). Dannzy as well, I played with him when I first came to Tranmere.
“It’s great to be working with them, and I’m looking forward to next season to see where it goes.
"I’ve been here for ages, I love it here, it’s a massive club, it’s got big ambitions in terms of facilities, fan base, and stadium.”
You can watch Kieron’s full interview via our YouTube channel below: