Blue Square Bet
Published 20th October 2011
Morris, 31, has recently been player-coach at league rivals Eastwood Town.
He has an illustrious career at several League clubs, including Sheffield United, Derby, Leicester, Yeovil and Burton Albion and last season was a regular starter for Kidderminster Harriers in the Conference Premier.
Moors have also agreed to sign experienced midfielder Gavin Hurren.
Hurren joined Hednesford Town in October 2010 after a spell at Halesowen Town.
Hurren started out as a trainee at Nottingham Forest back in 2002, but in three years at the City Ground, failed to make a first-team appearance.
Released in the summer of 2005, he moved back to the West Midlands and signed for Kidderminster.
His spell at Aggborough was a memorable one, as he became a crowd favourite in the next three years with his adaptability a real asset.
He rejected the offer of a new contract at Kidderminster in the summer of 2008, and instead made the step back into League football with Mansfield Town. After ten games at Field Mill, he joined King's Lynn for a short spell in January 2009
Hurren then joined Conference Premier side Crawley Town, again only making three starts
During the summer of 2009, he linked up with another Conference Premier side, Tamworth, where he made only two starts. He was loaned to AFC Telford United for a short spell, before finishing the 2009/10 season with Gateshead
After being released from Tamworth in April 2010, he made the long trip down under to Australia, linking up with his former Lambs` team-mate Stuart Nicholson at Melbourne-based Sunshine George Cross before returning to England for the 2010 pre-season
After his return, he trained at Worcester City for a spell, before linking up with Halesowen. Despite being fit and available, Halesowen failed to get international clearance for him, meaning the Pitmen stepped in to snap him up ahead of Eastwood Town, who had offered him a deal the previous week
Both players will come in to contention for Saturday`s match at Nuneaton Town.