Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata loves the partisan nature of Premier League crowds.

Morata has also played in Spain with Real Madrid and Italy with Juventus.

“The biggest difference is the atmosphere,” said the striker, who celebrated his 25th birthday earlier this week.

“In Spain and Italy, when a big club goes to an away ground, the home supporters are excited about seeing the opposition’s big players, for example Eden Hazard, Cesc Fabregas or Cesar Azpilicueta, but over here it’s not like that.

“They support their team, they sing and they don’t want anything from Chelsea, they are only there to support their team. That makes it difficult because you always need to give 100 per cent to win away from home.”