The defender returned to action last weekend after spending a few months on the sidelines, with the Millers form stuttering a little, they find themselves in seventh place with work to do if automatic promotion is to be achieved, speaking to the 'Tiser, Morgan recognises what needs to be done.
“We have an important two-week spell including the Easter weekend and we need to start winning games, simple as that, if we want to go up. We have hit a little bit of a bad run at a bad time. Hopefully that's the last of the bad performances and we go on a run now because any team that gets promoted needs to." Morgan said.
“I think everyone knows what's required, it's just a matter of transferring that onto the pitch. We know we need to be winning. Drawing isn't going to be enough to get us in the top three.” he added.
“It was good to be back but it's hard to come out of a performance as a defender and feel you've done well when you've lost 3-0, Stopping goals is what defenders are judged upon."
"Cheltenham's home form is good but that doesn't excuse us on the day; we were poor. We didn't have any shots, conceded three goals and it was a bad day all round. They did a job on us and we just didn't seem to have anything happening for us.”