New FC Halifax Town striker Adam Morgan has told NLD writer Tom Feaheny he can’t wait to score more goals at The Shay after marking his debut with two goals in their 3-2 defeat at Darlington.




Morgan reflected on his debut and felt it could have been a different result.

He said “It was nice to get off with some goals but disappointing with the result, I don’t think we deserved to lose, it was a scrappy game now we have a chance put that right when we face them on New Years Day.”

Morgan was on the scoresheet in the return game between the two sides in that game as they shared four goals with the Quakers.

Now Morgan expects big things to happen during his time with the Yorkshire side as they look to make an immediate return to the National League.

“It was an easy decision football wise Halifax is a Football League club. The ground is a fantastic stadium and gets big crowds and everything about it I have liked so far. I’m also looking forward to getting to know the people.”

“I want the team to get into the play-offs that is realistic, I don’t think automatics for us due to the form of some of the sides above but we aim to go up this season.”

The forward hit the headlines after scoring a hat-trick for Curzon Ashton against AFC Wimbledon in the FA Cup and he said he left with nothing but good memories.

“It would have been great to have got through to the next round, I would not have left the club if we were in the Third Round.

I would have stayed until that run ended, so maybe it has worked out for me but but I owe so much for Curzon Ashton, I really enjoyed my time there so it took me a few weeks to make my mind up, I loved being there.”

He was educated at one of the biggest clubs in the country as he came through Liverpool’s academy and described how his style was influenced from being there.

He revealed “I like to get on the ball, work as hard as possible, I like to score goals and make an impact for the club I hope I can do it with Town, I was at Liverpool, it was probably the best way to start my career I learnt so much and adapted my play.”

Interview: Tom Feaheny (@thomasfeaheny)
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