The Spaniard's impressive record in Kirkby saw him promoted to reserve team boss during the summer, and while the 17-year-old would love to be involved with the second-string, he is more than content to be a mainstay of the U18 side.
He added: "We've got a lot of lads capable of scoring goals and I'm looking forward to playing in this side throughout the season.
"If I can maintain last season's form, I'll progress and play for Rodo again hopefully. I have a lot to thank him for, but I like working under Marshy and I don't mind what team I play for as long as it's for Liverpool."
Morgan also had some words of praise for Conor Coady after last year's U18 skipper netted on his full debut for the first-team during their recent tour of Asia.
He said: "I watched the game at home and wondered, 'what's he doing that far up the pitch!' But I'm really happy for him. I was quick to BBM him after the game. To play alongside the new signings like Charlie Adam - you can't ask for much better than that."
Meanwhile, new U18 coach Mike Marsh praised his side following Wednesday's 7-0 friendly success against Preston.
The young Reds continued their free-scoring pre-season by taking their tally to 21 goals in just three matches, leaving the boss delighted with the run-out.
"We played really well," he said. "We've scored a lot of goals. We had 21 changes and got a lot of minutes on the pitch, so we are improving all of the time.
"We've got a lot of attack minded players out there. We are short of defenders so we have players playing at full-back and centre half that are naturally midfielders, so we are better going forward than at the back at the moment. I think that's where the key lies.
"Seven was a fair scoreline. We do score a lot of goals. If you look at how we played at U16 level last season you can see why we create so many chances."