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29 January 2017

Young forward to link up with Millers

NORWICH City Under-23s striker Carlton Morris has signed a new three-and-a-half year contract, keeping him at the Club until the summer of 2020.

The 21-year-old spent last term on loan to Scottish outfit Hamilton Academical, scoring eight times in 27 league starts. 

He made his City debut as a substitute in March 2015 against Wigan Athletic at Carrow Road, and has also spent time on loan at Oxford United and York City.

Morris is currently on loan to fellow Sky Bet Championship side Rotherham United, although is yet to feature having sustained a minor hamstring injury prior to joining the Millers.

After penning terms on a fresh deal at Carrow Road, Morris told "



City boss Alex Neil added: "Carlton is a young player who we believe has plenty to offer us in the years ahead.

"We're looking forward to playing an active role in his ongoing development as a footballer. In the short-term, he can hopefully go away and get some games at Rotherham as part of that development process."

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