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Millwall forward Morison hopes away form can continue at Peterborough

1 October 2015

Striker Steve looks ahead to Saturday's game at London Road

Millwall striker Steve Morison is hopeful that he and his team-mates can continue their impressive away form when they face Peterborough United at London Road on Saturday (3pm).

The Lions stretched their unbeaten run on the road so far in 2015/16 to five games following a 2-2 draw against Wigan Athletic earlier this week.

Neil Harris has seen his side win three times on their travels so far, drawing twice, and Morison believes that momentum stands Millwall in good stead going into this weekend's game against Posh, who installed Graham Westley as their new manager last week. 

"We're playing well at the moment," the forward told

"It was disappointing to only come away with a draw on Tuesday, but the fact that we feel frustrated with a result like that at a place like Wigan shows how far we have come.

"Our game plan worked really well and it was another step in the right direction for us.

"It's an interesting game for us on Saturday. If I was asked what a Graham Westley team was about then I would be able to answer but it seems as though he has a different remit there so while you will still get the fundamentals - hard work and discipline - we will have to be prepared for everything else they put our way.

"They have had a couple of good results recently, even before the new manager came in, and after their defeat on Tuesday they will be keen to bounce back.

"But we have been good on the road so far and hopefully we can continue that form."

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