Morgan Ferrier: 'Move to League Football Made Easier With Quality Teammates'

Walsall striker Morgan Ferrier, who bagged the Saddlers' only goal in a disappointing 4-1 defeat to Doncaster on Saturday afternoon, has spoken to the press and revealed that life in League One is easier than he expected it to be when he made the move from National League side Boreham Wood over the summer.
Ferrier, who has bagged three goals in nine first-team appearances since joining for an undisclosed fee, went on to praise his teammates for getting him the ball more often, allowing him to limit his wasted runs, adding to his impact in the side.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Morgan said; "As a striker, it sounds weird, but it can be a bit easier. I’ve played in non-league and the type of striker I am, I like to make runs in behind the defences.

"When you’re playing with not as good midfield players you have to make more runs, but here where I’ve got midfielders with unbelievable quality, instead of making 20 runs and getting the ball twice, I can make 10 and might get it five times.

"I’m finding it easier in certain respects. Out of possession it’s a lot more demanding because team will punish you, but in possession it’s been easier. There’s pros and cons and I’m enjoying it."
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