The Baggies are currently fifth in the top flight after enjoying an impressive start to the season under new manager Steve Clarke.
And Morrison believes that the Hawthorns outfit are fully deserving of their place, arguing that it is reward for their work on the training pitch.
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"The lads work extremely hard in training and the gaffer sets us up each week to counter the opposition."
The 26-year-old withdrew from the Scotland squad to face Luxembourg on Wednesday with injury but expects to be available for Saturday's game against Chelsea, a match which he feels will be a difficult proposition for the reigning European champions.
"I think they'll be wary of us and it'll be a tough test at the Hawthorns where we have picked up some good wins along the way this season," Morrison added.
"When we played Manchester City we should have got something out of it.
"We went for the win and didn't get it but we will be going for a win against Chelsea."