Sheffield United's Chris Morgan wants to be full-time manager

Morgan ready for full-time role
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Sheffield United caretaker manager Chris Morgan says that he wants to go full-time one day.

Sheffield United caretaker manager Chris Morgan has said that he would love to be a full-time boss.

The 35-year-old former defender has been in charge of the Blades since last week after David Weir as sacked.

"Of course, I would love to be a full-time manager," he told reporters at a press conference. "But I am still learning.

"I wanted to become a full-time manager in the summer but David came in, and we all supported him.

"I am always learning and one day I would like to be a full-time manager."

Morgan was in charge of United between April and June this year following the departure of manager Danny Wilson.

Sheffield United caretaker manager Chris Morgan looks on during the pre match warm up prior to the Sky Bet League One match against Coventry City on October 13, 2013
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