"I'm starting to get back to where I was," Morgan said.
"I'm confident that I can play at that level but I've just got to work myself back up there.
"With the Lions tour, there will be some spaces on the Wales tour.
"You imagine there'll be some boys going with the Lions with a few gaps for the young guys to come in.
"I'd love to get out there and get a few caps under my belt and if that comes, I'll be happy but if it doesn't, I'll carry on working."
Morgan urged his club side to share his lofty ambitions in the red of Wales ahead of their Judgement Day V clash with Scarlets, in which he will come up against centres Jonathan Davies and Scott Williams.
And the young centre is relishing the chance to play on the big stage again when his club side run out at the Principality Stadium.
"Having just one or two from the Dragons in the Wales squad isn't acceptable anymore," said Morgan.
"We want to get some numbers in there this season and I think we've got some players who can do that, and Judgement Day will be the first step on that journey.
"I feel I play better under pressure and on that stage with a lot of people watching."
Peter O'Mahony was named man of the match against England last month
21 April 2017, 7:22pm
Peter O'Mahony's performance in the RBS 6 Nations finale for Ireland against England was crucial to his selection for the British & Irish Lions on Wednesday, Ireland and Lions defence coach Andy Farrell has revealed.