Loan round-up: Norwich City striker Carlton Morris scores his first goal for Hamilton

Norwich City striker Carlton Morris. Picture by Richard Calver/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City striker Carlton Morris. Picture by Richard Calver/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Richard Calver/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City striker Carlton Morris opened his account for loan club Hamilton in an emphatic 4-0 home victory over Dundee United.

The 19-year-old is on loan with the Accies until January, having signed a new contract with the Canaries which keeps him at Carrow Road until at least the summer of 2017.

Morris scored in the 39th minute, putting Hamilton 3-0 ahead, after going one-on-one with Dundee keeper Luis Zwick and poking home.

It was the first league goal of Morris' senior career, with a League Cup goal while on loan at Oxford last season his first career goal.

The 2013 FA Youth Cup winner helped Norwich manager Alex Neil's former club to their first Scottish Premiership win of the campaign, after two brief appearances as a substitute in earlier games.

Fellow Canaries academy product Jacob Murphy made his debut for League One side Coventry City, also helping his temporary side to a 4-0 victory.

The 20-year-old was introduced in the 63rd minute of the victory at Millwall for Tony Mowbray's side, having joined on a season-long loan on Friday fresh from penning a new deal with Norwich keeping him with the club until at least 2017.

Canaries goalkeeper Remi Matthews found himself on the bench for Burton for their 1-0 defeat to Barnsley in League One, despite a bright start to his half-season loan with the Brewers.

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U21s head coach Dmitri Halajko is hoping to see his side perform better than they did in last weekend's 3-1 loss at Sunderland.

'There are bits that we need to tidy up on, and we've addressed a few of those already, so we're hoping to see improvements in those areas for this game,' Halajko told City's official website.

'They've trained well all week again. They've been really good on the training pitch all season so far, so now we have to take out some of our frustrations from the Sunderland game on the Leicester game.

'They are a good side, they've got a promising crop of players coming through with a lot of England youth internationals in their group.

'They got through to the semi-final of the FA Youth Cup last year, so it will be another good test for us but we're looking forward to it.'