By ESPNSTAR.com staff
The 18-year old participated in his first pre-season tour with the senior squad last month, marking it with a goal against Canadian side Toronto. Morgan's goal earned him praise from Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, and Fowler told the club's official website that he was pleased the boss gave Morgan an opportunity to shine on tour.
"I think it was massive for Adam to be involved with the first team on this tour and it was brilliant of the manager to give him that chance. There were a lot of young kids on the tour and it was brilliant. Fair play to Brendan for involving the young kids because when you step up to the first-team squad you are training with better players and playing with better players," he stated.
"Hopefully the Academy players can become regular first-team players in the future because of this experience.
Working with the young striker during his short stint at the Reds' academy, the Anfield hero believes it is Morgan's ability to stay calm under pressure that will see him go far.
"As a goalscorer I think he's fantastic. I was lucky enough to train with him at the Academy last year when I was doing some coaching. He is very left footed and his finishing is very good," Fowler shared.
"He is composed in front of goal and Rushie would tell you as well, if you are composed and patient in front of goal then you will have a chance. He never looks ruffled and that to me is a great sign regardless of what level you are playing at."
With the new Premier League season set to start in less than two weeks, Fowler revealed that he was impressed with how Rodgers had gone about preparing the squad for their task, and he hopes the Northern Irishman's techniques will bring desired results on the pitch.
"I've gone on record as saying it's refreshing with the way Brendan has come into the club and gone about his job. His work at Swansea last season was fantastic," Fowler said.
"He is doing everything right and is saying everything right and it's now up to the players to implement his work on the training ground and take it onto the pitch. He has certainly started off well and impressed a lot of people including myself."