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Morgan's New Challenge

Wes Morgan has described his move to the Foxes as a new challenge in his career and one he plans to rise to.

Speaking to lcfc.com following his transfer from Forest, the 28 year old centre half admitted it was a difficult decision to leave the club he'd been with for over a decade but the time was right for him to move on and hopefully move upwards.

'It was a big decision to leave Forest, but I felt the time was right. Leicester are a club potentially moving towards the Premier League so I'm here to help that cause. It's a new challenge for me and a new start, I'm here to play and I'm looking forward to it.'

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Date:Wednesday February 1 2012

Time: 5:36PM

 

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