Morrell set for talks
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
His league-leading 34 goals helped The Dragons back to Division Two next term and the striker is hoping to land a new deal, with his current contract due to expire at the end of this month.
Morrell is hoping that Thursday's FAW Premier Cup final against Newport County will not be his last match with manager Denis Smith's side.
"I do feel a sense of loyalty to Denis because he has given me my big chance this season," Morrell told The Western Mail.
"He has shown confidence in me and, if possible, I would like to remain at The Racecourse.
"I hope this is not my last game for the club. But I don't really want to be thinking of things like that until the final has been played.
"Once the match is over, I will sit down for talks with Denis. If there are offers on the table for me from other clubs, then we will discuss that. If not, then we will see what happens there.
"My only aim for the time being is to help Wrexham win the final to complete what will be a lovely promotion and cup double for us this term."
Meanwhile, Smith has expressed his high hopes for teenage defender Craig Morgan.
Wrexham have offered the 17-year-old his first professional contract last month and Smith was quick reveal the attributes he believes Morgan brings to the North Wales club.
"He's 17 but looks 27 and plays like that," said Smith.
"He's tremendous in the air, his feet are very good.
"He's a good passer and reads the game well.
"Bits and pieces of his game are not 100 percent perfect but he's a good footballer and, at the moment, looks an exceptional talent."