Morgan was in the middle of a rich vein of form when he fell to the Sixways turf following a tackle against Worcester last month.
The incident looked innocuous as Morgan tried to glide between two defenders with Gloucester looking to get back on terms against the Warriors.
However, it was quickly apparent that the 26 year old had suffered a serious knee injury and the bad news was confirmed in the week following the game.
Since then, world renowned knee surgeon Andy Williams has successfully repaired Morgan's anterior cruciate ligament and lateral collateral ligament.
The London born full back admitted that the injury had hit him hard, physically and mentally, but that he's now focusing on getting back to full fitness but also supporting his Gloucester team mates,
"This has been the toughest injury I've had to deal with by a long way, just in terms of the procedure. Last week was tough but things have got better this week.
"It's been a difficult time but we all go through tough times at points in our lives. But now I can think about getting stuck into the rehab, and I really want to push on through that, and knuckle down with the physios.
"It's important for me to support the lads any way I can too.
"There's still three or four months of the season to go, I want to get to as many games as I can to support the boys, and then help out in training maybe in analysis or anything where I can.
And, while he may be sidelined for a few months yet, Morgan has got plenty on his plate in the next few months. He certainly won't be getting bored!
"I'm applying for my level three coaching course that I'm hoping to take next year. There's also a few other qualifications I'm looking at and hopefully I can line up some work experience too.
"I'm getting married in the summer so that will take up quite a lot of my time too!
"There's plenty to focus on to keep my mind off things, and keep it fresh too."