The 36-year-old told BBC North West Sport: "I'm feeling really fresh.
Magic Weekend fixtures
Saturday, 25 May:
Catalan Dragons v London Broncos, 12:00 BST
Castleford v Wakefield, 14:15 BST
Hull FC v Hull KR, 16:30 BST
St Helens v Warrington Wolves, 18:45 BST
Sunday, 26 May:
Salford City Reds v Widnes Vikings, 15:00 BST
Bradford Bulls v Huddersfield Giants, 17:15 BST
Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors, 19:45 BST
"It's been frustrating, but I think it's worked in my favour. Hopefully it will be beneficial in the long run."
Speaking ahead of Warrington's Magic Weekend fixture against local rivals St Helens on Saturday, Morley continued: "You've got to take the positives from every situation, and although I'd love to play every week, unfortunately injuries are part of our sport.
"I've virtually missed half of the season, so theoretically I'll be extremely fresh for the second half."
Morley, capped 30 times by Great Britain and a further 23 by England, is expected to feature at the Etihad Stadium at the weekend as the Wolves aim to bridge a six-point gap to leaders Wigan Warriors at the top of the table.
It is the second time that Magic Weekend, which features all 14 Super League clubs playing at the same venue, has been staged at the home of Manchester City.
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