Morata, who has scored seven goals since joining the Blues for an initial £58m in July, appeared to claim in an interview with an Italian newspaper that he has found life in England stressful did not envisage staying long-term.
"We had a problem of understanding in this interview", Morata insisted when asked if he is committed to the Premier League champions. "I live in downtown Chelsea". 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.
The former Real Madrid player explained that when he finishes his career, he plans on returning to Spain, but he doesn't see anything in his future other than Chelsea.
However, the 25-year-old, who had also played for Juventus from 2014-2016, says he is now struggling to live in London and does not expect to be putting down roots in the capital.
"When I finish my career, I prefer to come back to my country". The second is the environment as I have been very well welcomed by my teammates. It is stressful only because of the traffic, but it is a wonderful city. "I say too it is an incredible city with many religions and different kind of people so I really enjoy London".
'If I can make good and improve I can maybe stay here longer than five years'.
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"But you know very well the importance of this player". It was the same building that I lived in last season. A lovely place and not so far from the training ground.
"Every time I spoke to him he said he's happy".
Morata, 25, was not involved as the champions suffered a shock 2-1 loss at bottom side Crystal Palace earlier this month, but has played in the four matches since without scoring.
"Honestly, now I'm 100 percent fit", he added. It's hard. It's a little injury, but it stopped 20 days [ago] when finally I had good condition.
"When you have this type of problem, it needs a bit of time to come back to the best physical condition".
Morata went on to apparently say that he loved living in Italy but was finding London too much to take in.