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With 14 Origin appearances under his belt, Brett Morris is a veteran winger who has serviced the sky blue jersey well every time he's played - but with 22-year-old Tom Trbojevic in red-hot form for the Sea Eagles, he concedes his time in the Origin arena may be coming to an end.

At 30 years of age, Morris will look to Wednesday night's decider as if it's his last - and after looking on from the sidelines as the VB Blues took out the series in 2014, knows it could be his only chance to win the shield while playing.

"It's one of those things, you never know when your last Origin game is going to be," Morris says. "This whole series has been about trying to play the best footy I can and those things will sort themselves out later.

"(I was) part of that series back in 2014 when we won it but didn't get the chance to be out there on the field after Game One. For me it's a bit of a chance to be out there and try and win a series whilst playing."

Morris also spoke about his childhood dreams of playing Origin, while playing down the criticism directed at Jarryd Hayne after Game Two. Watch the full interview in the video above.

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