Hartlepool United complete loan signing of former Middlesbrough, Coventry City and Portsmouth midfielder from Burton Albion

Graeme Lee has made the 25-year-old his seventh signing of the January window with Morris arriving on loan from the Pirelli Stadium until the end of the season.

Morris follows Marcus Carver, Jake Hull, Isaac Fletcher, Omar Bogle, Joe White and fellow Deadline Day signing Nicholas Bilokapic to move to Suit Direct Stadium this month as Lee has sought to bolster a winning side eight of their 27 Ligue 2 appearances when they return to the Football League this season.

The Hartlepool-born midfielder has extensive Football League experience with cities including Coventry City, Walsall, Shrewsbury Town, Wycombe Wanderers and Portsmouth before joining the Brewers last summer.

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Bryn Morris has joined Hartlepool United from League One side Burton Albion (Photo by Pete Norton/Getty Images)

The former Middlesbrough trainee has made 10 appearances for Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side this season after joining Northampton Town for free, but the 25-year-old has fallen out of favor with the Dutchman not having played since the start. 4-0 win over Accrington Stanley. in November.

Speaking on his return to the North East, Morris said: “Obviously it’s a dream come true to be back in the team of my childhood.

“My whole family is from the town and the Hartlepool fans. My brother sits in the NWC. I know the gaffer well and can’t wait to get up and play in front of those fans.”

Morris will go straight to the pool side and is available for selection ahead of the weekend’s FA Cup fourth round tie with Crystal Palace.

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