However, speaking to Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport ahead of Chelsea's visit to Roma in the Champions League, Morata admitted that despite considering London a "fascinating" place to live due to its "multi-ethnicity", he does not envisage staying for a long time.
"I want to say again, we have a problem of understanding the interview".
"I'm happy with this club, in this city, with everything in London".
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Morata added that he would prefer to live in Spain after he quits football, but has no plans to leave Chelsea in the near future as he enjoys living in the capital with his wife. If Chelsea proposed to me 10 years I'd probably sign that too."I'm happy with this club, in this city, with everything in London".
Probably, when I finish my career, I will return to my country as it's normal to return to where I was born. It's an incredible city and I really enjoy London.
'It is very good, I am talking a lot with Antonio, he loves to work hard and me too, ' he said.
The 25-year-old also explained his reason behind moving to the Premier League side and it turned out to be his desire of playing under the Italian coach Antonio Conte.
"Personally, you know very well that last season I was alone without my family". When you work overseas it is good to have family with you. "Every time I have spoken with him he has said he is very happy with this fantastic experience for him and his wife". This season, I solved this problen. "When I arrived home, I was thinking about these chances but I hope the next time I can make a goal".