“I think it’s great for the development of English players,” he told AAP.
“I’m not suggesting for one minute that we send a load of English players over there but I’d like to see more younger players go over. They seem to develop a bit better over there.
Halifax-born Gareth Widdop is currently plying his trade with Melbourne, after emigrating to the Victorian capital at 16.
“Both Sam and Gareth (Ellis) gave the rest of the England boys confidence with the way they handled it,” added Morley.
“I wouldn’t like to see a mass exodus, where 20 or 30 players go over, because that would weaken our competition but I don’t see any harm in it at all.
“It would be good for the national side and also the life experience is fantastic.”