MK Dons have re-signed Carlton Morris on loan from Norwich City.
The striker, who becomes Russell Martin’s first signing of the summer, will spend the 2020/21 campaign at Stadium MK, subject to EFL and FA clearance.
Morris enjoyed an impressive loan spell with the Dons last term, scoring two goals in 10 appearances and playing a key role in the side’s resurgence during the second half of the 2019/20 season.
“I’m very happy to be back,” the 24-year-old told iFollow MK Dons over Zoom. “As soon as I heard the Club were interested in extending the loan, it was an easy decision to make.
“It was very unfortunate that the season was cut short because since joining in January I was having a great time. I got on well with the lads in the dressing and felt a real connection with the fans and the Football Club in general.
“This is a Club really on the up under the gaffer and with the squad that we’ve got. it’s an exciting time to be part of things and we’ll be looking as high as we can next season.”
He added: “For me, last season was, at times, just about getting through the games after coming back from a long-term injury. I’m feeling great and I’m looking forward to kicking on next season.”
Morris tallied 38 appearances last season during loan spells with Rotherham United and the Dons, scoring six goals and providing five assists.
It takes the Norwich City Academy graduates total number of career games to 156, during which time he has 35 goal contributions (24 goals and 11 assists) for the likes of Oxford United, York City, Hamilton Academical and Shrewsbury Town as well as the Canaries, Millers and the Dons.