The goalkeeper who will be playing in the French third tier league said he feels great and ready for the new challenge in the upper league.
“I feel delighted for such promotion and it comes down to hard work and team effort. We must now be ready for next season as we are in different competition and another level,” Morris said.
Going into last Saturday’s game, Quevilly knew that a win would seal their promotion following their goalless draw against Iris Club de Croix and a 3-2 victory over CFSannois-St-Gratien respectively notching 92 points from 30 matches.
Morris started in goal for Sierra Leone in last’s weekend Africa Cup of Nations fifth round qualifier defeating Sudan 1-0 in Freetown but was later substituted due to injury. He got his 16th cap against Sudan and has made 11 appearances for the Le Petit-Quevilly based club which was founded in 1902.