Take a look back at the 2014 season for Josh Morris.

Centre Josh Morris only managed 19 games for the club in 2014 with a knee injury mid-way through the season really putting a holt to his season.

He started the season in his trademark style, earning representative honours with a spot in the ANZAC test side, before been picked for the Blues in game one of this year’s Origin series.

He missed game two after picking up a knee injury, but did return for game three to help New South Wales defeat Queensland for the first time in eight years.

Unfortunately for Morris, he missed a couple of more games off the back of the Origin win.

He returned for the back end of the season for the club and played a very important role in controlling the left hand side of the field for the Bulldogs to lead the side to a Grand Final spot.

With a rest and break over the off-season, Morris will be looking forward to a big pre-season and 2015.

SEASON STATS:

ERRORS 11
OFFLOADS 10
TOTAL RUNS 166 (averaged 9 per game)
TOTAL RUN METRES 1494 (averaged 83m per game)
TACKLE BREAKS 31
LINE BREAKS 7
TRY ASSISTS 4
TACKLES 172
MISSED TACKLES 21
TACKLE EFFECIENCY 83.1%
1 ON 1 TACKLES 36
TRIES 3