In the number eight position it is no different, Billy Vunipola and Morgan provide the firepower at the base of the scrum but Morgan insists that all rivalry is beneficial for the squad.
"There is a rivalry but you've got to put that aside, it's about being benefitting the team. At the end of training it doesn't matter whos going to start for the games, it's making sure we're both on point and ready to go.
"Anything could happen, injuries can occur so it's essential we're both at the same point and ready to play in whichever game it's going to be. Billy and I are working well together, our weight programs are similar so there's a lot of contact and so we get on well.
"It's not a case of 'I'm not going to help you because you're in my position' - it's more about lets help one another develop and benefit the team".
For a forward, it's always nice to have exciting talent and pace to finish off the scores and Morgan also spoke about the exciting talent that England have at their disposal - especially in the backline with players like Christian Wade, Jonny May, Marland Yarde and Mike Brown.
"They're lightning, unbelievably fast. We've got a really electrifying back line so I'm ending up chasing their heels whilst we play our touch-rugby games so I know they're quick!"
After an injury curtailed Morgan's RBS Six Nations campaign, being back in the action in an England shirt has been a welcome relief after a frustrating time.
"It was a frustrating one, it was a tear of the ankle ligament and I think had I been 60 kilos I would have been back in a week. Being a bit heavier than that it has taken a bit of time. I've had steroid injections in there to reduce the swelling and unfortunately I had a bit of fluid in there, which had to be drained and that set the healing process back a little bit.
"Obviously it's going to be frustrating being out of the game for as long as I was but I think being out that long at the time that it was, I'm coming in to this period feeling mentally fresh, my body is feeling fresh whereas some of the guys have been feeling the effects of the season. I see it as a positive that I'm in good shape and so I can really start gearing myself up for my next season".