The Spain Under-21 striker has no regrets over his decision to leave the champions of Europe of the champions of Italy, revealing he is growing in confidence in Turin
Alvaro Morata has stressed that he feels important at Juventus, after struggling to get regular first-team action at Real Madrid.
The Spain Under-21 international only arrived in Turin this summer, after the Bianconeri agreed to pay the European champions €20 million for his services.
Morata made his debut for the defending Serie A champions in a 2-0 win over Udinese last Saturday and already feels more trust and faith in his ability from those around him than he did in Madrid.
“At Juve I feel very important,” Morata told Marca. “Turin is the best place I could be. I get the confidence I needed.
“Now my only goal is to be as happy as possible in Turin. The objective this year is to be a real option for the coach (Massimiliano Allegri).”
Morata scored six goals in 22 Primera Division appearances for Madrid in 2013-14, but featured from the start on only three occasions.
The 21-year-old has a contract with Juventus until June 2019.