"I think there is competition but at the same time don't forget you are talking about two young players and for Morata this is the first full season for him, and he is learning a lot from this experience".
Antonio Conte says "everything is possible" when it comes to his future at Chelsea, but insists he is happy at Stamford Bridge.
That it is becoming increasingly common to see Chelsea's attackers squander goalscoring chances, and worse still, fail to even take up threatening positions in the Arsenal box, should worry the manager. So wrong question and obviously a strong answer and I don't blame.
"But I'm not going to lose my hair to speak about Antonio Conte".
Equally important, winning in fine style would also help re-balance Conte's state of mind and perhaps help him realise that settling his feud with Mourinho can be done on the pitch by his team playing a better brand of football and winning more trophies.
"I think in other clubs this doesn't happen".
Mourinho's claim he did not need to behave like "a clown" during games to show his passion was treated as a personal affront by Conte.
Conte, who was later cleared of any wrongdoing on that front, responded by accusing Mourinho of being "fake" and "a little man".
In response, Mourinho appeared to make a pointed reference to match-fixing.
The former Juventus and Italy boss, whose side are third in the table, said that goes with the territory of working at Chelsea and does not happen at other clubs.
He will then take over at Chelsea with Conte likely to depart the club.
He was later acquitted of any wrongdoing.
Conte also made reference to the Portuguese wearing a shirt with the initials "CR" at a media conference in support of former Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri when he had just been sacked. It's between me and him. In my opinion, he should have said just one thing.
He has been with Chelsea for a substantial period of time but is yet to make a mark with his current employers and thus, a loan spell with a Premier League outfit might be a welcome change for the Englishman.