Date: 29th January 2012 at 1:30pm
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On-loan Huddersfield defender Sean Morrison has admitted he is frustrated at the lack of chances he has had at parent club Reading, having failed to make a single league or cup appearance for the Berkshire side.

The 21-year old centre-half joined the League One outfit on loan until the rest of the season. He also made his first start for the club against Tranmere yesterday, as his side earned a 1-1 draw.

Morrison told the Huddersfield Daily Examiner: ‘”It feels good to be back here, but things will be even better if I can get some games under my belt. It`s been frustrating. It`s been a year since I joined Reading, but for one reason or another I`ve not been able to force my way into the side.’

The 6’5 giant and former Swindon player joined from the Robins last year for a fee of £250k. He made 50 appearances while playing for Swindon, scoring five goals in his three-year tenure at the County Ground.

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