Fife Flyers netminder Adam Morrison admits he’s open to the idea of returning to Scotland next season.
The 29-year-old impressed for the Kirkcaldy side last season despite ending the shortened season at the bottom of the table prior to the coronavirus shutdown.
But that hasn’t dampened his enthusiasm to come back for a second season, as he explained to the Fife Free Press’ Matthew Elder.
“Personally I would like to return,” he said. “I enjoyed playing for Fife and for Todd (Dutiaume) and also enjoyed going to school, but I’m not taking anything off the table at the moment.
“I will make the decision when the time comes, but it’s going to depend a lot on how this virus reshapes the world and when things start back up again.
“It was my first entirely healthy season and I played every single game. That was a real positive for me to prove that I’m capable of that. Deep down I always knew, but it was nice to get the benefit of it.”
Morrison was also disappointed not to see if Fife could have barged their way into the top eight prior to the shutdown, but remains positive they could have found a way.
He added: “I was really enjoying the push we were involved in. We put ourselves in a very difficult position to make play-offs but the pressure was off us so it was fun going into buildings knowing we still had an outside chance, as well as possibly upsetting some rival teams.
“It was disappointing not to be able to see that through to a finish but making sure everyone is safe and healthy is the number one priority.”