Álvaro Morata has reaffirmed his commitment to Chelsea and insisted he is happy at the club after appearing to suggest in an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport that he pines for Italy and finds life in London "too much stress".
The 25-year-old returned to the Bernabeu in 2016 for a sole season after spending two years with Italian champions Juventus but stated he was treated "like a child" at the end of his first spell at Los Blancos.
The Spain worldwide went on to set up Eden Hazard's second-half victor and Conte insists he was happy with his performance.
"I'm very happy in London with my wife", said Morata ahead of Tuesday's Champions League showdown with Roma. "My wife would like to live in Spain; I'd like to live in Italy". If Chelsea proposed me 10 years I would probably sign it as I am happy at the club, I am happy with the city and everything in London.
But Morata conceded that he wanted to return to Spain eventually.
"I want to say, probably in the future when I finish in my career, I won't live in London. I need to score many goals otherwise Chelsea would buy another player, it is normal".
'We are recovering important players and you know very well how important it is for me to have all the players available'.
Morata said: "In the last game I think I missed one chance when I didn't have too much space, and another when Asmir Begovic made a good save".
"If I can make good and improve I can maybe stay here longer than five years". Morata said, "I'm fine".
Alvaro Morata has never scored against Roma in his career, despite having played five times against the Italian side.
"When you have this type of problem, it needs a bit of time to come back to the best physical condition. I miss plenty about life in Italy".
"Last season I was alone without my family".
Conte believes the fact his club-record signing suffered a hamstring strain in the home defeat to Manchester City before the worldwide break is still having an impact.