SEAN MORRISON is ready to make his mark at Town – the second time around.
The 21-year-old centre-back has joined on loan from Championship side Reading for the remainder of the League I campaign.
It’s a second Galpharm stint for the Plymouth-born former Swindon player, who trained with Lee Clark’s squad yesterday and is in contention for Saturday’s trip to Tranmere, when second-placed Town will chase a fourth successive win.
The 6ft 4in prospect had a month on loan last season, but despite being on the bench four times, was unable to make it onto the pitch before being recalled to the Madejski Stadium.
This time the man who will provide competition for skipper Peter Clarke, Jamie McCombe and Antony Kay is determined to make an impression.
“I’m 100% fit and I’m 100% ready to play,” said Morrison, who with Alex Pearce and Kaspars Gorkss in top form has had to make do with just one outing for Reading this season (he scored in the Royals’ 2-1 Carling Cup second-round defeat at Charlton).