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And his form for the English champions has caught the eye, Morris impressing last season on the wing but, under the watchful eye of Tigers coach and Ireland legend Geordan Murphy, also excelling at full-back.
Over the summer, he made quite the impression with Emerging Ireland at the Tbilisi Cup, playing 80 minutes in all three of their matches, scoring twice against Uruguay.
And Morris is hopeful that his form for Leicester this season will lead to involvement in Ireland’s autumn internationals as well as the RBS 6 Nations.
"I know that opportunity exists. It's nice to know that Ireland are looking. At least I have a chance if I'm playing well,” he told the Belfast Telegraph.
"Not all wingers could play at full-back, so that's an advantage for me, that I can play both. It's been good. I've been really happy.
“Obviously when we win, there aren't any glaring issues. Geordan gives me a lot of advice and tips on things that I should work on. The positioning side of it is not very glamorous.
“If you're not in the right position everyone notices. At full-back, you can be quite exposed. If there's a mistake made there, everybody knows it's your fault.
“You have to move around a lot, talk a lot to the wingers and the infield players. That's probably something that I need to work on in terms of communication. So there's plenty of room for improvement.”