Leeds United's Steve Morison impressed supporters with his performance in their 2-0 win against Reading.
Leeds United supporters are desperate for Steve Morison to end his goal drought after he put in another impressive performance for the side last night.
Morison still has not scored this season, but he appears to have forced his way into the Leeds line-up with a series of good displays.
The target man was in fine form last night, as his delicate chip to the back post was headed in by Sam Byram to give his side a 2-0 win over Reading, but there was some disappointment over the fact he wasn't able to get his own name of the score sheet.
Morison is a tireless worker, but the simple fact is he will have to start hitting the back of the net with more regularity if he is to hold down a place.
For now, though, Neil Redfearn (and the majority of Leeds supporters) seem happy for him to lead the line and it is easy to see why.
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Last night the 31-year-old created two chances for his teammates, had three shots himself and he managed to win three headers.
It was a complete performance from the striker and if he can continue to put in displays of that standard then he will continue to pose a threat to defences across the division.
Here is the best reaction from Leeds supporters on social media site Twitter to Morison's performance.
Can only be a matter of time before Morison gets his reward for all his efforts. #lufc— Damian Dexter (@epstv) February 10, 2015
Morison does everything right, he just can't score. It's like he's cursed. #LUFC— The Scratching Shed (@TSSLUFC) February 10, 2015
Was it a dream? Clean sheet, sloth played a blinder, Murphy scored again and Morison was class? Nah can it be? #lufc— Joey B Eddison (@JBEddison) February 11, 2015
Two players I'd written off earlier this season were immense tonight. Murphy & Morison. Resurrection. SuperLeeds #lufc— CHRIS BARNIKEL (@1969leeds) February 11, 2015
Goals or not.. Morison is part of a side + formation unbeaten in 5. I love that some moronic idiots will hate that. #lufc— Steven Cockx (@Kandol20) February 11, 2015
My biggest plaudits have to go to Murphy for another improbably great performance & the unpopular Morison for working so hard for 90m. #lufc— LUFC Tommy D (@tdski_LUFC) February 10, 2015
Redders' man management is great. Look at what he's done with outcasts like Murphy, Morison and Wootton. 4 wins in 5. #lufc— Batesy (@BatesyLufc) February 10, 2015
Really hope Morison gets a goal or two on Saturday. The lads earned it, doing a good job up top, just needs that first one! #lufc— SJH (@StevieBiff) February 10, 2015
Credit it where it's due for Morison. He's working his socks off to keep Sharp and Antenucci out the side at the moment. #lufc— The Mighty Leeds (@themightyleeds) February 10, 2015