Alvaro Morata, who scored two goals in Juventus’ 4-1 victory over Ferencvaros, spoke to ‘Movistar Liga de Campeones’ and was very happy to be back with the ‘Vecchia Signora’.
Spaniard Álvaro Morata, who scored a brace on Wednesday in Juventus’ 4-1 win over Ferencvaros in the Champions League, said that in Turin he feels “loved” and has “everything” he needs.
“I feel wanted, here I have everything I need. I have a lot of room for improvement and this team, if it continues like this, can go far”, said the Madrid-born player at the end of the match in Budapest, in declarations to ‘Sky Sport’.
“When you go through the process of learning, I feel much more complete. The years go by, I’m not 20 anymore. Everything I went through in my career is useful to me, always”, he added.
Morata, who joined Juventus in the last transfer market from Atlético Madrid, has already scored six goals in seven matches this year, in which he also provided two assists.
“I have to help, move, press, I feel good and the important thing is that the team is back on the winning track. We must continue, we have a lot of room for improvement. We are happy, three points away from home in the Champions League is a reason to be happy,” he said.
“I can’t say anything about who Ronaldo is, what he does or what he has done. He’s a great team-mate, he talks a lot to everyone, he’s just one more. He helps everyone. He’s our most important player, let’s hope he takes us to the end,” he said.