??Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata is eyeing a return to form under new boss Maurizio Sarri this season, having broken his four-month goal drought in the ?Blues’ London derby win over Arsenal on Saturday.
Speaking to the ?club’s official website, the 25-year-old Spaniard explained how former steward Antonio Conte’s wing-back system was not tailored to the Madrid native’s abilities, and having now switched formation, Morata is targeting a prolific run of form in west London.
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Morata was strongly linked with a move back to Italy or even Spain, with Gonzalo Higuain tipped to move to the Premier League, but after Conte’s departure and Sarri’s arrival, Morata was convinced to stay.
Having now broken his personal goal drought stretching back to winter last season and having now settled in London with his family, the Spaniard is looking to add more goals to his game and for Chelsea as he aims to flourish in a new, less direct 4-3-3 setup.
“The manager works with the ball always and when you work with the ball you have more chances, and the strikers have more chances, but that’s not the most important thing. For sure I want to score more than 30 goals, but I would prefer to score 15 or 20 and for us to win the Premier League or another big trophy. I want to score many goals but the most important thing is the team.”