Alvaro Moratta has opened up on his troubled time at London club Chelsea and taken a dig at his teammates during his 18-month period stay at the club.
The Spaniard had a frustrating time at the Bridge, before moving to Atletico Madrid, where he seems to have found his feet again.
"I had stopped enjoying it," Morata told COPE about his experience in West London.
"Now I’m happy, there were times I didn’t even believe in myself. In some games in England I felt like when my teammates saw me unmarked, I knew they thought I wouldn’t do anything good with the ball,"
"It was driving me crazy. I had a bad time,"
"I didn’t feel like doing anything, leaving home, talking to people, nothing. The only thing I had in mind was going to the World Cup, playing and being happy, and in the end, I was quite the opposite of happy,"
During his spell at the club, the striker managed to score 24 goals in 72 games, but his fortunes have changed at Madrid.
His good form for Atletico has seen him receive a call up to the national team for the upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Morata moved to Chelsea from Real Madrid in 2017 for £60million but fizzled out after a good start.