Morris joins on a season long loan from premiership new boys Norwich City after recovering from a cruciate ligament injury which ruled him out of any first team action with the canaries last season.
Millers boss Paul Warne is pleased to have brought the 23 year old in after his recovery and subsequent return to the norwich u23 team.
Speaking to the Advertiser, Warne said; “It's a win-win for me. I really like him as a kid. He's got the perfect character for us and he's worked for us before. He knows the club and I've been in contact with him ever since that first loan spell finished."
“He plays off the shoulder. He's nice and quick and also big and strong. He has a great work ethic and he is exactly the sort of striker that thrives at this club. We'll be looking to add another one there as well."
“He definitely knows what it means to look after himself. He's a really unselfish player, not dissimilar to Smudge in that respect. He can play up front on his own or up there in a two or three."
“He's a left-footer and he brings us another element. He is someone who will just work, run and want to improve. They are the players that we want here.”