Indeed, Morrison took to Twitter for one of his randomly timed tweets on Sunday night, telling Berahino he should be a member of the Three Lions' senior side.
It's an interesting claim from a player once revered for his talent but who, similarly to Berahino, has been let down by his attitude (and a lot more frequently than Berahino).
As Opta stats show, Berahino is the fifth-highest English goalscorer in the Premier League so far this season.
But the fact Leicester City's Jamie Vardy has scored three times as many goals as the West Brom forward explains why he is in the England squad as opposed to the 22-year-old. If you are making an argument for Berahino, meanwhile, you may as well for Norwich City's Nathan Redmond, who has scored one more goal and registered one more assist than the Baggies man.
That said, Berahino has only played 485 minutes for West Brom and is just starting to kick into gear after a summer of transfer speculation. And it's certainly difficult to imagine Berahino not being an England player one day.