The two-time champions endured an underwhelming first half, dropping 5 of their seven matches and are languishing on the seventh spot.
The skipper feels the group now controls its personal fortunes going forward.
“We need to just look at it in one way — we absolutely control everything from here, there is no looking behind,” Morgan mentioned throughout a digital press convention forward of their match towards Royal Challengers Bangalore.
“We need to find a way of getting results and everyone in the team, fans know that that can make for very exciting watching because it makes us a very dangerous side with nothing to lose.”
Morgan hopes the break would fare properly for KKR, who have been struggling to search out their toes through the first part of the event
“I’m delighted that we’re again. Given the place we discovered ourselves to start with of the event and consequence not going our approach, just a little little bit of a break would have hopefully helped us.
“We have certainly re-grouped here in Abu Dhabi, the guys are looking very hungry and fit, determined to make things right.”
“Tim Southee is fine international cricketer who has been there for a very very long time, huge amount of experience and he has also played in the IPL. He has fitted in nicely and will hopefully contribute to the squad going forward.”
KKR missed out on a play-off spot final season owing to an inferior internet run fee however the skipper feels circumstances in UAE go well with his aspect.
“We fell short of qualifying for the playoffs last time, I felt that we were playing some really good cricket and peaking at the right time, small margins hurt us, not going ahead on net run rate but we feel pretty much at home here in Abu Dhabi,” he mentioned.
“The conditions here suit us and we are also going to have fans around as well.”
Talking in regards to the kids within the group together with Shubhman Gill, Morgan mentioned, “They have played a lot and are developing really well. They always look in great form and look good on the eye, hopefully they can get back into the rhythm of things.”