The 20-year-old defensive midfielder is an academy product of Liverpool and joined Hull City on a season-long loan in the summer in search of regular first-team football.


Morton started his first game for Hull City at the weekend against Stoke City and helped the Tigers to a 3-1 victory while contributing an assist in the game.




Parkin believes that the Reds star helped Hull City dictate the tempo of the game by partnering with Jean Michael Seri in the Tigers midfield.


He also added that Morton, who played last season on loan at Blackburn Rovers, was very good at ball retention and going forward.



“It was Seri and Tyler Morton who kind of dictated the pace of the game”, Parkin said on What The EFL Podcast.


“Morton was on loan at Blackburn last year from Liverpool.



“He and Seri were really good at ball retention, progressing up the pitch and when they wanted to keep it.”


The Liverpool loanee has featured a total of three times for Hull City so far and he has already racked up two assists.