Former Stevenage and Millwall striker Morison was a summer acquisition by Canaries manager Paul Lambert and has scored four league goals from nine starts so far, including goals in each of his last three Norwich appearances. Morison struck against Arsenal on Saturday, before Robin van Persie's double for the visitors earned Arsene Wenger's side three points at Carrow Road. Crofts knew Morison through the Welsh national team before they became club-mates, and he said on Norwich's Canaries Player: "He's doing really well. "The goal (against Arsenal) came about through his hard work and closing people down, and he got his just rewards and long may that continue. "At the moment he's doing really well and it's great to see and hopefully he can keep doing it."