Premier League club are keeping tabs on West Ham loanee Ravel Morrison, and have been highly impressed by his recent form at Queens Park Rangers. Morrison left Upton Park on loan after falling out of favour with boss Sam Allardyce and the former Manchester United youngster is believed to not be keen on playing for the Hammers again. QPR boss Harry Redknapp took the 21-year-old on at Loftus Road and he has not been disappointed, with Morrison scoring five goals in his last five appearances for the R’s.[football] direct news understands that, no matter the situation at the end of the season, Morrison will seek to leave West Ham on a permanent deal in the summer, when he will have just a year remaining on his contract with the Hammers. Various Premier League clubs, with a higher stature than West Ham, are understood to be tracking Morrison’s situation and have been impressed by his form for the Championship club. QPR are interested in keeping Morrison at the club past the end of the season, but the feeling is that the club must gain promotion to the Premier League in order to make a possible move viable.