Former Celtic winger, Lewis Morgan has admitted he is loving life away from Glasgow and his move to Inter Miami has ’opened his eyes’ to football again.
As reported by the Sun, since moving to America in January, Morgan has been on brilliant form and is loving life at the MLS club, famously owned by former Manchester United legend David Beckham.
”From a personal point of view, the move to Miami has worked out brilliantly.
“I’m back enjoying my football and couldn’t be happier here in Florida.
“Every player wants to play, so when I wasn’t getting a game at Celtic, I was aware it was time to move. The club did a great job of making everyone feel part of things at Celtic.
“But it maybe took me to come to America to realise how much football I’ve missed and how much I missed playing every week. It kind of opened my eyes to that.
“I left Celtic because I wanted to play more. I’m just enjoying being out on the field every game. This is what it’s all about.”
Morgan has started life off in the states, brilliantly and is taking the league by storm alongside the likes of former Real Madrid striker, Gonzalo Higuain.
The young winger signed for the hoops as a prospect from St Mirren under Brendan Rodgers. The majority of his game time though came under current manager Neil Lennon, who famously started him in last seasons BetFred Cup final.
Morgan possibly could go on and become a mainstay in the Celtic squad for years to come but unfortunately, we just couldn’t offer him the game time he needs at his age, so it was probably best for both parties to move on.
Hopefully, we continue to see Morgan flourish over in America and possibly see him become a Scotland international, once again