The Lazio midfielder is happy in the Italian capital.
There is little doubting the fact that in recent time Ravel Morrison has grabbed the headlines for the wrong reasons.
The former West Ham midfielder and Manchester United graduate has established himself as the bad boy of English football.
His time at West Ham ended acrimoniously under Sam Allardyce, ending up leaving for Italy in order to get away from the negative press.
He joined Lazio earlier this year, but because of transfer rules has only just began playing for his new club.
However, he is reportedly unsettled in Italy. This week it was reported by the London Evening Standard that QPR were hopeful of bringing the player back to England and Loftus Road – where he spent a successful period on loan in 2014.
However, judging by these Tweets yesterday, Morrison seems happy in the Italian capital:
I'm working hard everyday all I want to do is play football everyday I come to the club and I enjoy every minute— R7 (@morrisonravel) September 23, 2015
I have respect for my coach and my team as we are all one big family— R7 (@morrisonravel) September 23, 2015
His situation warrants monitoring, as he continues to struggle making the Lazio first-team. But it seems as though QPR won’t lure the 22-year-old away from his exciting challenge.