Millwall fans have voiced their appreciation to Steve Morison after the former captain's season-long loan move to Shrewsbury Town was made a permanent deal.

The club confirmed the departure of the forward bringing down an end on a seven year career across three spells at The Den.

Making 335 appearances and scoring 92 goals for the Lions, including the crucial play-off clinching goal at Wembley against Bradford in 2016, the Welsh international confirmed his 'legend' status at the club.

Morison made the initial loan move back in June, joining up with former Wales international teammate Sam Ricketts who manages the Shrews, he made his debut on the opening weekend of the League One season, in his sides 1-0 home win over Portsmouth.

The 35-year-old's final Millwall goal was a crucial winner against Wigan Athletic at the Cold Blow Lane End of The Den last season, and put him fifth on the all-time list of Lions marksmen,

Game time was hard to come by last season for Morison as the Lions narrowly avoided relegation.


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His efforts through his time at Millwall however did not go unnoticed as the Lions faithful were quick to voice their appreciation.

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