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Morison: Character counts

16 April 2014

We got our just reward says striker Steve

But The Lions, too, look to have hit form at a critical time of the season and go into action at the Riverside Stadium unbeaten in four games, including wins on the last two away trips to Nottingham Forest and Wigan.

Striker Steve and his team-mates head to the north east this weekend to face a Middlesbrough side that are in buoyant mood following a run of four successive victories.

Steve Morison kept his cool to provide a clinical finish in Saturday's battling 2-2 draw with Watford - and believes that the character shown by Millwall in that game will be a key as The Lions bid to avoid the dreaded drop to League One.

"We showed great character to twice get back into the game against Watford," Steve told Lions Player. "Even when they scored to go 2-1 up we thought 'There's five minutes to go and injury-time still, we're not done yet'.

"That proved to be the case and it was great character to score an equaliser when we did to get what was a good point in the end. 

"We've had two wins and two draws now in our last four games, but Middlesbrough had a fantastic win themselves on Saturday at Burnley.

"It's important now that we keep plugging away, keep ourselves fit and keep doing what we're doing. It looks like our luck has changed a little bit because we've been playing like this for a while and it just hasn't been going our way.

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"We've hopefully turned the corner now and can carry on with this form to get the points we need."

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