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Breaking News – Ben Morgan on England, injuries and catching Eddie Jones’s eye – Duration: 6:27.

Ben Morgan needs no reminder his last England appearance came as they exited the 2015 World Cup at Twickenham

A stalwart of the Stuart Lancaster era as a no-compromise back-row capable of pulverising defences, he has become a forgotten man on the Test stage

Before Big Billy Vunipola, Big Ben clattered away. Between 2012 and 2015, Morgan filled the No 8 shirt with aplomb

On one particular autumn afternoon in 2014, he single-handedly bashed the Aussies into submission, scoring two brutal tries

Vunipola’s rise saw the pair jostle for position but, having filled in when his apprentice was ruled out of the 2015 tournament with knee problems, Morgan paid the price for that desperate defeat to the Wallabies

Of those who started at Twickenham that fateful day, only four have never been used by Eddie Jones; Brad Barritt, Tom Youngs, Geoff Parling and Morgan

With Vunipola continually struggling with injuries, Nathan Hughes out, and England looking bereft of cover, you would think the Gloucester man would be odds-on for a recall after a three-year absence

But Morgan understands why his name does not roll off the tongue any more – injuries have savaged him too

‘I have had a terrible season,’ he tells Sportsmail, laughing at his rank misfortune

‘There has not been any contact with Eddie – I have been injured, so why should there be? ‘It has been very frustrating

I tore my hamstring in pre-season, tore my calf after the first game against Exeter, tore my calf again against Bath a few weeks later, then had a bad back

‘I have never had it this bad before – I have had long-term injuries, but not like this with setback after setback

‘Towards the end I have hit a bit of form but as a season it has been appalling

‘ But his head coach Johan Ackermann – formerly a Test No 8 himself – believes Morgan will be in the World Cup conversation

‘Ben can surprise people, and knock on the door,’ he says. ‘For World Cups you must select players on form, not on reputations – if he is in form next year he’ll have a shot

‘ Five years ago Morgan had made his Six Nations debut for a revitalised England, left the Scarlets to join boyhood club Gloucester, and was preparing for a tour to South Africa

‘Everything was new but exciting,’ he recalls. ‘It was a great chapter. It was very tough in South Africa

We were playing a very strong Springboks side with a newly formed England – it was a really good rugby education at the time

‘ While England could do with some of his forward grunt on the Highveld, Morgan – who many forget is still only 29 – will be watching from afar

But there is one more fight to win. Tonight in Bilbao, Gloucester face Cardiff Blues for the Challenge Cup, and Morgan thinks the Cherry & Whites – playing their third of these finals in four years – are ready to fly the English flag in Europe

‘Things are starting to change here,’ he says. ‘The final is not a new experience that will overwhelm us

We know Cardiff Blues will put up a hell of a fight but that gives us a small advantage

‘ And with England, Big Ben is determined not to have chimed for the last time. ‘I don’t want to hang my hat up just yet,’ he says

‘Eddie Jones will pick people who are on form, so I will focus on pre-season, get a run of games and see what happens next year

‘I still have belief in myself, still have fire in the belly and will keep working

I will always keep fighting as I don’t like to give up.’