Arsenal target Alvaro Morata has once again voiced his frustration over his lack of minutes at Real Madrid, after scoring an amazing goal to complete the 5-0 victory over Rayo Vallecano at the weekend.
The Spanish starlet came off the bench into the 73 minute and scored with a beautiful curled shot which has been picked as the best La Liga goal of the week.
But while Morata keeps taking his chances, manager Carlo Ancelotti doesn't repay him with minutes. In the two previous defeats against Barcelona and Sevilla the boss didn't use him until injury time, even though Real were chasing a goal in both games.
After the game Morata took the opportunity to send a message to Ancelotti, saying: "It's hard to prove things in just one minute.
"I hope to score more goals in the big games. I work hard every day in the training sessions and every time I play, trying to give the best out of me and playing every minute as if it were the last one of the game. I will try to keep going like that until the end of the season," Morata was quoted by as saying by Mundo Deportivo.
Recent reports in Spain claimed that he has already agreed personal terms to move to the Emirates Stadium this summer, having been very close to making the move during the January transfer window.
Ancelotti blocked Morata's January transfer, claiming the young Spaniard would have more chances in the second part of the season. However his situation has not improved at all, even though he has proved his worth every time he has played.
Wenger has earmarked a striker as Arsenal's top priority for the summer, and Morata is reportedly leading a short-list of players that also includes Atletico Madrid's Diego Costa and Bayern Munich star Mario Mandzukic.