Alvara Morata has praised his new Atletico Madrid teammates for helping him settle after describing his spell at Chelsea as a 'difficult time'.
The 26-year-old returned to his native Spain in this year's January transfer window on an 18-month loan deal, and after scoring a brace against Real Sociedad on Sunday, now has three goals in his first six games for the club.
He told beIN Sports: "Forwards are always judged by their goals, but on the whole I am happy with how well I have adapted.
"I am happy because I have had a difficult time in recent seasons. My team-mates have made it very easy for me to adapt to life at the club."
With the weekend victory ensuring Atletico stay in second, and seven points off leaders Barcelona, Morata claimed that Los Rojiblancos needed to win their remaining twelve games to have any hopes of securing the title.
He added: "When you are not just depending on your own results, you just have to do your job and hope.
"We have a chance and if we continue in this way we will win every game between now and the end of the season. We will fight to the end."
Source : 90min