Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has talked about his delight at the return to form of Alvaro Morata at Stamford Bridge.
The Spain international striker has endured a tough spell at Chelsea to become a vital player under new boss Maurizio Sarri.
The striker has already netted five times in nine game starts and three appearances from the bench to move ahead of France international striker Olivier Giroud in the pecking order at the West London club.
Morata, 26, failed to score in the blues 3-1 defeat to London rivals Tottenham in the derby game at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.
However, Morata will have an opportunity to add his goal tally of five in the league when his side welcome bottom club Fulham to the Bridge next week Saturday when mobybets.com will be offering huge odds when betting on the gaming.
Chelsea ad Ivory Coast hero Didier Drogba heaped much praise on the former Juventus and Real Madrid striker for his upturn in shape after a tough spell at the club for the Spain international.
Didier Drogba told Goal, as cited by Metro that it is not easy, it happens to every player to go through tough moments.
The former Premier League champions brought on Alvaro Morata in a £60million transfer deal from Champions League holders Real Madrid in 2017 under Maurizio Sarri’s predecessor Italian boss Antonio Conte.
The Spaniard hit the ground running instantly, scoring seven goals in seven matches before he suffered dip in form.
The striker scored three goals in his last 29 games under Antonio Conte to see his shape evaporate in the second stanza of the 2017-18 League season.