Since then, however, he has stayed involved with the club and is a frequent presence on the sideline during home games at Kingsholm.
Another area he has been lending his expertise to is the research of potential signings, something that has kept him very occupied in recent times as he told the club website this week.
"It's been a hectic time recently in terms of recruitment of players for next season. The club made a lot of announcements last week which was good to see.
"It's been a really busy season from that side of things, with so many players out of contract. I've been involved with researching the players we've been considering for contracts and I've really enjoyed it.
"The season is nearing its end, and it's a strange one for me as it's the first time that I've not been involved as a player. But I've genuinely enjoyed my involvement over the past few months."
Two of last week's signings, Mark Atkinson and Stevie McColl, have worn the number 15 shirt for their respective clubs so they were players, for example, Morgan is well qualified to cast an expert eye over.
"With a couple of the new signings playing full back, I was able to contribute quite a bit, looking at the guys who've been playing in the Championship and analysing their strengths.
"There are a certain amount of players who we feel are capable of making the step up to the Premiership, and we feel that the ones we're bringing in fall into that category. They just need to be given the time and opportunity to push forward.
"That's been shown with some of the players we've brought here in the past and, hopefully, they'll go well. The squad we're pulling together is exciting."
It was announced this week that Kingsholm will once again be staging the opening leg of Premiership Rugby Rugby 7s Series. Gloucester were the overall winners last season with Morgan part of the coaching set up. It's something he looks back on fondly.
"It was a tremendous experience last year. The weather was superb, the pitch was immaculate and the crowd unbelievable. Hopefully, we can replicate that, try and get to the final stages again and see what happens from there.
"Certainly with the squad we're pulling together, we should be able to put out a competitive squad. We'll give the younger guys a chance as there's a development angle to this, but we also want to defend our title!
"For guys like Steph Reynolds and Gareth Evans, it's really been the springboard for them to go on and have good seasons. Others can look at them, see what they've achieved and try and do likewise."
If all that weren't enough, there has been the small matter of his Farewell Ball.
Set to take place on April 12th at Cheltenham Racecourse, preparations are in the final furlong, but places are still available for what should be a great evening.
"It's been a challenge for the committee sorting out all the logistics and I take my hat off to them as they have been fantastic.
"Most of my family and friends are going to be there. It should be a big party, a big celebration, a chance to have a few drinks and enjoy yourself after the Bath game.
"John Inverdale is hosting, the majority of the squad will be coming along, as well as my good mate Chris Robshaw so it'll be a good rugby mix on a fun evening."
Tickets are still available. Click HERE for further information.