On October 6 in 2013, Morrison, who was 20 at the time, picked the ball up on the halfway line at White Hart Lane and galloped toward goal, beat a couple of defenders and dinked the ball over Hugo Lloris for United's third of the game.
Considering the 24-year-old is now on loan at Mexican side Atlas from Lazio, it would be fair to say that he hasn't quite kicked on since that day in North London.
But Morrison is still capable of a bit of magic and a recent goal for Atlas is testament to that.
Come back please— Joe (@WHU_Boulcott) October 9, 2017
Ravel, sort yourself out and get back to the Premier. You’re wasted out in Mexico..⚒— Mike Benson (@Michael18761) October 9, 2017
Go bring him home ⚒— Danny Guy ⚒ (@danlar101) October 9, 2017
I'd take him back in a heartbeat!— LindsayWesker (@LindsayWesker) October 9, 2017
Waste of a great talent...Ravel shame— stephen field (@stephenfield515) October 9, 2017
Unreal talent gone to waste— martin tyzack (@MTyzack) October 9, 2017
Such a shame we couldn’t handle him, what a talent.— Thisdoctorfeelsgood (@edmundsnick) October 9, 2017
It never quite worked out at West Ham in spite of the occasional glimpse of brilliance and Morrison officially left the club in 2015 to join the Italian outfit after loan spells with Birmingham City, QPR and Cardiff City.
Sam Allardyce, who brought him to East London from Manchester United, told Sky Sports, via the Star, that he was the "biggest waste of talent" that he'd ever worked with.