Norwich striker Steve Morison is hopeful of carrying on his fine goalscoring form following his summer move from Millwall.
The in-form frontman joined the Norfolk club in a £2million deal from the Championship outfit and has already bagged four goals in his last five games.
The Wales International has come along way in three years. The 24-year-old was working in a warehouse while playing non-league football for Stevenage before moving to The Den where he impressed with 35 goals in 83 appearances.
And his goalscoring form soon alerted the attention of Canaries' boss Paul Lambert and he carried on his excellent performances in the Premier League.
Morison told The Sun: "I'm happy with the way I'm playing at the moment and I'm scoring goals. I suppose I must be doing OK because the manager keeps picking me.
"A striker is only as good as the service he gets, though, and all our midfielders are playing really well and setting up chances. But all that really matters is that Norwich win."
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