Alvaro Morata believes that he can do better despite an electric start to life in the Premier League, report the London Evening Standard.
Morata has scarcely put a foot wrong during the early stages of his Chelsea career. The Spaniard has found the back of the net six times in his first six appearances in England’s top tier, meaning he is tied at the top of the goal-scoring rankings alongside Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero and Manchester United’s Romelu Lukaku.
His link-up play, his movement and his finishing have all been fantastic, but Morata still believes that he can do better. The London Evening Standard quote the 24-year-old, who says:
“I had two chances at the end of the game against Stoke (but didn’t take them). I also need to improve my physical condition to be as good as possible.”
We’re chuffed with how Morata has done so far and how straightforward of a task it has been replacing Diego Costa – we’re sure you are too. The prospect of him performing even better in a Chelsea shirt is mouth-watering for us, and frightening for the rest of the Premier League.