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Labelled as ‘bottlers’ last season, Gloucester again appear to have gone backwards this season under the stewardship of new boss Bryan Redpath.
Morgan, who was selected for the England Saxons squad last week, has slipped down the international pecking order in recent months behind the likes of Delon Armitage, Mark Cueto and Ugo Monye.
But despite his recent much-documented injury troubles and Gloucester’s poor form – Morgan looks set to extend his stay with the Cherry and Whites despite admitting he had spoken to other Guinness Premiership clubs.
"It would be silly for me to put all my eggs in one basket. All I can say is that my agent is in talks with Gloucester and hopefully things will come good in the next couple of weeks for me,” Morgan told the Gloucester Citizen.
"Moving to France has worked for some guys but anyone playing in the Premiership is putting their hand up for England and I want to do that.
"I feel the Premiership suits the way I play and it's where I want to play.
"My agents are in talks with Gloucester as well as other clubs so it comes down to what's put to me.
"It's good that the lines of communication are open and hopefully things can progress soon."