Former Liverpool academy star Adam Morgan has been urged to stay put at Curzon Ashton after his eye-catching hat-trick against League One side AFC Wimbledon on Sunday.
It took the 22-year-old’s tally to nine goals in seven games since moving to the Tameside club in October, a welcome change in fortune for a player whose career had stalled since he was released by then Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers three years ago.
Curzon boss John Flanagan said: “I think the reason Adam is scoring goals again is we’ve embraced him and he knows we think the world of him. He is a talented lad and he would be a fool to move on, to be quite honest.
“Adam can score goals for sure but if he’s got any sense he should stay where he is. We know at the end of the day if he wants to get back into pro football there might be an opportunity, but whether the pros are looking at him we don’t know.”