Championship side Rotherham are interested in signing Carlton Morris on a season-long loan for next season.

Morris is currently on loan at Rotherham, having signed for the club on deadline day in January.

The striker signed a new contract with Norwich since then, penning a three-and-half-year deal with the club.

Jacob Murphy and Josh Murphy have both signed long-term contracts with Norwich this season. All three youngsters were part of the Norwich side which won the FA Youth Cup in 2013 under Neil Adams.

Rotherham are currently bottom of the Championship and could be relegated from the second division if results go against them. This means that they would be playing League One football next season.

The striker scored eight goals in Scotland last season on loan at Hamilton and made his senior Norwich debut against Wigan in 2015 – coming off the bench in that game.

Speaking about the possibility of Morris being at Rotherham next season, Millers coach Matt Hamshaw said this to the Star:

If he hits the ground running and does well, of course there’ll be the chance for him to stay next season.

In an ideal world, he’ll score in every game and stay with us, but we all know we don’t live in an ideal world. Hopefully, it works for both parties – he can do well for us and we can do well for him.

You look at the stadium and facilities, why would he not want to stay?

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