The 21-year-old attacking midfielder left the Hammers in January to make a shock loan move to QPR, where he starred in their run to promotion.
But despite his success over the latter half of 2013/14, Morrison is rumoured to be annoyed with his treatment.
The once-trouble starlet feels that had been kept at Upton Park then he may have had a genuine chance of making England’s Word Cup squad.
Youngsters such as Raheem Sterling and Ross Barkley were named in Roy Hodgson’s 23-man set-up, with their recent displays having been a major reason for that.
Morrison had been impressive under Sam Allardyce up until the winter period, with one of his more notable displays coming against Tottenham at White Hart Lane – a game the Irons won.
However the former Manchester United trainee was out of the spotlight in the Championship, and duly slid out of the reckoning.
QPR are believed to be keen to keep him at Loftus Road after being wowed by his performances, while there has even been tentative talk of interest from Manchester City, who are known to be in need of home grown players to fill UEFA’s quote for next season’s Champions League.