SHRIMPS’ defender Harry Davis says he is looking forward to playing on home soil when his side face Harrogate Town at the Mazuma Stadium this Saturday even though there still won’t be fans at the game.
It was announced last month that a maximum of 4,000 fans would be allowed at events in the lowest-risk areas when England's lockdown ended on 2nd December, with up to 2,000 in tier two but none in tier three.
Morecambe falls inside a tier three zone meaning Derek Adams' side will have to wait a little longer for supporters to return to the Mazuma Stadium.
"Without fans I think that home advantage goes out the window," said Davis.
"Every week you see crazy scores across the league with a lot of high scoring games.
"That being said we are looking forward to being back at home. We’re in good form at the Mazuma Stadium so hopefully we can get another positive result.
"Obviously we're seeing supporters return to some stadiums across the country. Unfortunately we're in tier three so we can't have any fans in yet but when the time is right it will be brilliant to have supporters back in the ground.
"I think everyone would agree that they're looking forward to seeing that happen and playing with the atmosphere back around the place.
"It feels a long time ago that I played in front of fans. I've not played a game for the club in front of supporters so I'm looking forward to that happening as soon as possible."