Alvaro Morata determined to prove himself at Chelsea
• The Spaniard has failed to deliver during his first year at Stamford Bridge
• The 25-year-old is determined to prove himself despite having offers from other clubs
Speaking to the Mirror, Morata said: "The easiest thing would have been to leave Chelsea this year. I could have gone back to Italy. My wife is Italian. It is one hour to her home.
"I could have gone back to Spain, I had a lot of offers. More money.
"But I want to fight. I want to change the past.
"I'd have had low pressure, because I'd already played in Italy and Spain and done good things. But I decided to stay here. I wanted to."