Speaking to Movistar, Morata said: "He [Conte] is the one who bets on me and that's the truth".
The 25-year-old has scored 12 goals in 31 appearances for Chelsea across all competitions this season, although his touch in front of goal has suffered since netting nine times in his first 14 Premier League outings.
It was an encouraging sight for Antonio Conte, who has been without Morata for nearly a month since the striker was sent off during extra time of Chelsea's penalty shootout win over Norwich City in a dramatic FA Cup third-round replay.
Lionel Messi was so distraught at Barcelona missing out on reaching the 2012 Champions League final that he was reduced to tears after his side's semi-final elimination to Chelsea, his former Barca team mate Alexis Sanchez has revealed. The Argentine superstar has registered 20 goals and 10 assists in 23 La Liga appearances and will be looking to end a freaky eight-game scoring drought against Chelsea when the two teams meet on Tuesday. Let's hope we can get a good result there [in the second leg], play well defensively and find spaces.
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'I played lots in my home, with my team, with my friends, ' he added.
"I played lots of games, but always with the plan B".
That led to Morata getting a bit too carried away when Real took on fierce city rivals Atletico one season, and the Spain global explained how he took on his worldwide teammate in one particular challenge due to Mourinho's words. "We won the league and Champions League. Life doesn't end when you leave Real Madrid, but I am still a fan of Real Madrid".