Chelsea ran out 4-0 winners on Saturday afternoon and Conte thinks that Spain global has found the transition to England easy since his £58 million move from Real Madrid in the summer. Morata now has six league goals since that move from Real Madrid.
The 24-year-old was sensational against Stoke City on Saturday, taking a ideal touch in the box from a long pass from Cesar Azpilicueta before lofting the ball over Jack Butland to make it 1-0 to the visitors.
It was game over at the other end with 13 minutes remaining, as Morata capitalised on another defensive mistake.
Of course, matching Costa's impact at Chelsea will not be easy.
The 26-year-old missed Chelsea's opening games of the season as he continued his recovery from an ankle problem, but the playmaker is now fit and ready for selection. He was the Blues' powerhouse up front, turning defeats and draws into victories through sheer force of nature.
And just like Costa, Morata was back in his own area heading balls to safety when required.
"It's great he got a hat-trick". "We must be pleased and satisfied to win away against Stoke because they are a strong team at home. Chelsea are very much a reflection of their manager in the way they manage the game".
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Whatever combination of attackers Conte chooses to use, for the first time all season he has the ability to pick the best attacking trio that he would want to.
Morata wasn't the only Spaniard to shine at Stoke, though.
However, Chelsea legend Frank Lampard was one of the few impressed by what he saw of Morata during those early days. I like him because he's a complete player and also he has a lot of room to improve in every situation.
He looks to have calmed down now, though, and has taken to Instagram to celebrate Chelsea's triumph.