Sean Morrison hopeful over new Reading deal

Sean Morrison of Reading during the Sky Bet Championship match between Reading v Watford at The Madejski Stadium on August 17, 2013
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Reading captain Sean Morrison reveals that he hopes to sign a new contract with the Championship club "in the next couple of weeks".

Reading captain Sean Morrison has revealed that he hopes to sign a contract extension "in the next couple of weeks".

The 22-year-old's current deal with the Championship club is due to expire in summer 2016.

However, the defender is confident that he will soon extend his stay at the Madejski Stadium after holding talks with officials.

"Hopefully it'll be done in the next couple of weeks," he told the Reading Post. "It's been a slow process, but that's what these sort of things can be.

"I'm very happy here so I hope it's done soon. I feel wanted here. The manager likes me and the fans seem to like me. I love the place and it's a great club."

Morrison joined Reading from Swindon Town in 2011.

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