BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Steve Morison has confirmed he wants to carry on playing next season – but reckons the discussion over his Millwall future is still to come.
The 35-year-old has been a huge part of the Lions’ success in recent years.
But with Lee Gregory set to leave this summer on a free transfer – it looks an area of the pitch in a state of flux for the South Londoners.
Morison formed a really successful front pairing with Gregory during Neil Harris’ Den reign. But the club captain has seen his minutes managed far more in the 2018-19 campaign.
Millwall’s 2018-19 End of Season awards nights takes place at The Den tonight.
“After the awards dinner I fly to America for the next two weeks and that’s about as much as I know,” said Morison. “I know the gaffer is having meetings on Monday and Tuesday. I’m not on the list to have that meeting.
“So I will wait. I presume I’ll see him tonight and maybe something will get mentioned to me then.
“I’ve had texts from a couple of people asking what I’m doing next. It is very definitely going to be playing football.”
See Friday’s South London Press for the full interview with Morison.
PICTURE BY BRIAN TONKS