Michael Morgan, who was once considered the next big thing in Australian rugby union, has revealed he wants to stay in the game after the NRL is sold off.

Key points:Morgan wants to play for the NRL after leaving the NRLMBL last yearHe said he wants the team to continue to thrive and get a better product”I have no regrets,” Morgan said in an interview with the ABC.

“It’s just that I really want to be involved in the NRL again.”

I’ve got a couple of friends that play for a club in NSW, and I’ve always wanted to play rugby league, so I’m not too upset about it.

“So I’ve got that in mind.”

You’re not going to be able to be the next superstar in rugby league if you don’t go out and play for NSW.

“Morgan said he had no regrets after leaving Melbourne Storm in the 2016 Super Rugby season.”

There was a couple months in there, I was like, ‘Man, it’s over,'” Morgan said.”

When we finished we were like, it was great, we played some great games and I’m looking forward to it again.

The Storm’s move to the Salford Super League was not a happy one for Morgan.

“Everyone was really sad, and they were really disappointed because they thought they had a really good year,” he said.

Morgan said the move would have left him frustrated.

“The first year it was pretty tough because I wanted to keep playing.

I wanted more and I didn’t really have any motivation to stay there,” he told the ABC’s Insiders program.”

But I’ve come to realise that the people that I grew up with in the Storm and Melbourne Storm and now in the Super Rugby league, they know that I’m a hard worker, they’ve seen me get better.”

They know that my skills and my attitude and my work ethic are just there for the team.

“We all know that they know the way I play and I’ll give them that.”

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