- Morata goal droughts may have induced his lack of confidence.
- The Spaniard has had a tough career so far at Chelsea.
- Morata claims he’d be more happier if he gets back to scoring form.
Alvaro Morata has admitted that he has not had it easy at Chelsea but noted that scoring goals will help him.
Morata scored 15 goals in his first season at Chelsea and has scored 3 goals in 9 games in the ongoing 2018/19 season in all competitions.
“I am a happy person, especially off the field, outside of football,” he told El Mundo.
“Within football I would like to be happier and for that I have to score more goals, which is what makes me happy. But I am sure that little by little they will enter, because I am having occasions.”
He added: “I have more confidence. Last week I made two goals for Chelsea and the other day, against Wales, I worked for the team.
“I am very happy to be here and now I have to fight to play.”
The Spaniard has recently ended his goal drought as reported by savechelsea.net when he scored a brace against crystal palace and has rekindle his form for the Blues side.
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The striker scored first to put the blues ahead before Townsend scored an equalizer, after which Morata added another goal to put the blues ahead again in a 3-1 clash last weekend.