Back in January, Morgan endured a quadriceps injury while competing against the West Indies. To make matters worse, the player tweaked his groin while in recent county action for Middlesex.
Ahead of England's three one-day internationals against the Netherlands, Morgan revealed his plans and admitted he might not take part in every game ahead of the World Cup.
The 35-year-old said: "Some of our international games are back-to-back, (I got injured) in the West Indies where I played Saturday and Sunday and then injured myself before the game on the Wednesday.
"That was a result of playing two international games back-to-back, so it's unlikely I will be (playing every England game this summer). But that's purely dependent on how I get from here to that match.
"If I'm flying and everything is going well absolutely (I'll play) but if not there is no need to try and replicate that for a World Cup because (playing on successive days) just doesn't happen (at World Cups). But yes, I'll just manage."
Injury issues have scuppered Morgan's form, with the player producing a top score of 40 in his last 18 T20 innings - a lowly average of 16. This has unsurprinsigly led to questions about his future as white-ball skipper.
While Morgan reiterated his uncertainty about leading England to next year's 50-over World Cup, he did insist that team ambitions would trump personal goals.
He said: "I need to get to the T20 one first. I'm going to take it as it comes, managing my contribution, my body (and) am I still contributing on and off the field, within the team?
"I genuinely have the best interests of the team at heart. It's always been that way. I have trusted that method since I took over. To be in the position I am in at the moment is a privilege."
England's first ODI against the Netherlands gets underway on Friday, with the other two games following on Sunday and Wednesday.