Morris looking to improve further for the Scunthorpe Scorpions speedway side
He already has a decent reputation at Scunthorpe, but Nick Morris is eager to improve it even further.
The Scorpions' newest signing impressed as a guest earlier in the season, and now he has become part of the team he wants to do even better.
"It's gone pretty good before at Scunthorpe but there's still room for improvement," said the Australian teenager, who has taken the place of Tero Aarnio.
"It's one of those tracks everyone likes.
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"I think it will be good there.
"I've got pretty much brand new bikes and all the equipment's good.
"It was good guesting for them before, I thought all the boys were pretty cool.
"It's a pretty solid team all the way through.
"I think we're capable of doing really well.
"If we all perform, on the day we can beat anyone."
Morris, who comes into the side for Friday's trip to Somerset, will continue to ride for Swindon in the Elite League, though is grateful for the extra action signing for Scunthorpe will provide.
"I need the meetings, I'm not getting enough in the Elite League," he added.
"I want to start firing double figures every meeting in the Elite League and maybe try to progress to Poland."