WALES centre Tyler Morgan says the Dragons can’t keep getting flustered under pressure if they are to go on the run under new boss Dean Ryan.

The Rodney Parade region showed signs of their attacking talent in the Guinness PRO14 hammering of Zebre in Parma and the pre-season win against the Scarlets.

However, they have been outmuscled in rainy conditions by both Munster and Connacht, who dished out a 38-14 hammering in Newport last time out.

The Dragons welcome Glasgow to Rodney Parade on Saturday (kick-off 3pm) and outside centre Morgan - whose game is 'Tyler-made' for an expansive approach - hopes to be able to go on the run.

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"It would be nice to have a roof over Rodney Parade! But certainly the game we are looking to play suits me to a T, with fast attacking rugby, high possession and minimal kicking," said Morgan, scorer of the opening try against Connacht.

"If we can do that, and execute it well, then hopefully it will suit me and look good on the big stage.

"We are getting the ball wider now and our wingers are getting more touches, so it's promising.

"Hopefully we can play a nice style of rugby that I enjoy playing, because defending for 60 to 70 minutes isn't what you want to do."

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Glasgow have been the second highest try scorers in the PRO14 for the past two seasons, edged out by Leinster on both occasions.

After the Dragons were ground down by both Munster and Connacht, Morgan knows that a different challenge lies ahead.

"I'm sure both sides will be looking to put on a show and play positive and fast rugby. It will be a good one to watch," he said.

"Glasgow are tough. They look to play from anywhere, as you've seen on TV, and they are physical. They are not afraid to run from their own 22 so they are difficult to defend against.

"They have got a good bit of momentum over the last few years and have a good reputation, so it is going to be a difficult game.

"It's about momentum. We had a good first 15 or 20 minutes against Connacht, but then we lost our handle on the game.

"We need to stick together and know that there are going to be peaks and troughs in the game. We have got to ride it out and not get flustered."

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Morgan, who four years ago started the World Cup quarter-final loss to South Africa, has featured in all three games so far this season.

The Wales centre has been hindered by injuries in the past two campaigns, totting up just 23 games, and was diagnosed with diabetes last year.

Morgan is hopeful of a repeat of 2016/17 when he made 24 appearances to earn a Wales recall.

"I feel fit and healthy - now it is about game time. Lyn (Jones) was my original coach and he told me I would never be good until I played 50 games," said Morgan, who will make his 79th Dragons outing this weekend.

"It's all about momentum, playing and confidence-building, which I need to do this year. But it's about putting in performances and not just being out on the field.

"I know my role and what I need to do. That clarity hasn't been there before."