Alvaro Morata: "I shouldn't have returned to Real Madrid"

Worrying? Morata admits he would prefer to live abroad

However, the ex-Real Madrid man has been quick to ease the fears that he could seek a quick exit from the club, and has even gone as far as saying that if Chelsea were to offer him a new 10-year contract, he'd be more likely than not to accept it.

The striker had told a newspaper in Italy he did not see himself living in London "for very long".

Morata admitted that he finds England's capital "stressful", ahead of returning to Italy for Chelsea's clash with Roma in the Champions League.

An interview with the Italian media had caused some controversy hours before the press conference, in which Morata said the city of London can be stressful, but Morata assured Chelsea fans that he is very happy at the club.

"Probably in the future, when I need to bring my child to the school and take up a school, when I finish my career, I'd prefer to come back to my country".

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The forward feels he has adapted well to life at Stamford Bridge under the Italian and alongside Chelsea's Spanish contingent of players. My wife would like to live in Spain, I in Italy. It was the same building that I lived in last season. "It's too big, too much stress, too much of a metropolis". "It is a fantastic experience for Alvaro in a tough league".

Back from a hamstring injury, Morata set up Eden Hazard's victor in Chelsea's 1-0 win over Bournemouth Sunday and said he is "100 percent fit".

"I really miss Italy".

Morata claimed that Serie A is a more challenging league to play in that La Liga or the Premier League due to the well-organised defences in Italian football. Probably in the last few games I've not been at the best physical form, but now I'm better. But we got the three points and the win. It's hard. It's a little injury, but it stopped 20 days [ago] when finally I had good condition. I was just a lad when I arrived and I was a real footballer when I left.

Therefore, when Conte came calling again, Morata insisted that Chelsea was always his first choice, despite it looking like he would join another former manager in Jose Mourinho.

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