18 May, 15:44
It's down to the wire now for the five contenders who have been shortlisted for the ultimate individual accolade in northern hemisphere rugby, ERC European Player of the Year 2013.
The 29-year-old was delighted to play three of November's four autumn Tests after only making his comeback in October having missed the previous ten months with a foot injury.
"I was pleased to be involved in the autumn internationals because I didn't start playing until October so I am happy with the way things have gone," said Morgan.
"Hopefully, I can get selected for the Six Nations squad and I have been saying that I don't think I will be playing my best rugby until the New Year after nearly ten months without playing.
"Form doesn't come back like that. It's going to take me a while, but I am happy with the progress.
"It's probably a lot quicker that I thought. I need to stay injury-free, that's the main concern for me."
And with the Dragons chasing a quarter-final place in Europe, captain Morgan wants to make sure the Welsh region beat the Romanians, who shocked Bayonne 32-27 in October.
Wales lock Ian Gough is in the side with British Lions flanker Colin Charvis name in the backrow for the first of back-to-back clashes between the Welsh side and the Romanians.
"Bucuresti are physically a very strong side and will be competitive in the set-piece," said Dragons coach Paul Turner.
"However, we have been working extremely hard over the past few months on our power game and this is paying dividends."