Wolves coach Tony Smith has not brought in any fresh faces from outside the club this season, placing increasing responsibility on their current crop of youngsters coming through from the academy.
Morley said: “We’ve got some great youngsters coming through and Ben Currie in particular, he’s going to be a superstar.
“It’s a funny sport Rugby League, even though you don’t want these youngsters to take your spot you try and help them in whatever way you can and they’re very receptive. I was trying to keep with (Ben) Currie when we were hill running, I did for the first few but then he just left me for dead, if he keeps going he’s got a bright future for sure.”
Morley’s front-row partner Paul Wood added: “Gaz O’Brien has come back from a knee injury and Ben Currie has properly come into the first team, so although we haven’t made new signings, those lads have made us stronger for this year and in a way have been new signings.”
Warrington kick off their Super League campaign when they host Castleford on Sunday.