A former Real Madrid star is glad to hear that there are people at the Spanish giants who miss him after not getting many chances to prove himself at the Santiago Bernabeu last season.
Los Blancos have had an inconsistent start to the season, finding themselves down in fourth place in La Liga, eight points behind leaders FC Barcelona.
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has now admitted that is nice to know that the fans are missing him at the Santiago Bernabeu, but would prefer that the club was still winning without him.
"I don't know if they miss me or not, but it’s nice to hear what they are saying. I wish they didn't have to say it though as that would mean things were going well (for them)," Morata told Television Espanola.
The Spaniard also touched on how he has settled into life in London and the Premier League.
"Technically, (England) is not like Spain, but all of the players are very physically strong," he added.
"The dressing rooms are also smaller than those I've been in before and ours is wooden. If I had been looking for things like money or a preferred city, then I'd have stayed at home, as I had everything.
"But it knows that you have a realistic chance of playing each game if you train well. I didn't play as much last year."
The 25-year-old has made 20 appearances for the Blues so far this season, scoring 10 goals and assisting a further four strikes.
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