An ex-Michigan quarterback is fitting in well at his new home.

Shane Morris played with the Wolverines from 2013 through 2016, but decided to transfer to Central Michigan for his final season of eligibility. The move seems to be paying off.

Morris spoke with Angelique Chengelis of the Detroit News this week, talking about his offseason with the Chippewas and how he’s playing some of his best football now that he’s moved on.

“I think I’m doing well enough to be the starting quarterback,” Morris said/ “Everything is going well here, and I feel I’m playing at my highest level. I feel I’m playing my best ball now, and it’s coming along.”

Morris is still battling for the starting job against freshman Tony Poljan.

While at Michigan, Morris appeared in 17 games over his career and threw for 434 yards and completed 51 percent of his passes. He did not have any throwing or rushing touchdowns while in Ann Arbor.

Central Michigan begins its season on Aug. 31 against Rhode Island.