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The promising youngster is keen to impress the club's head coach and has stated that he's positive of getting his chance in the future

Real Madrid youngster Alvaro Morata is eager to break into the first team at the Santiago Bernabeu club and is confident that head coach Jose Mourinho is aware of his development.

The attacker, who recently signed a contract extension until 2015, has been in impressive form for Spain at the Uefa under-19 championships in Romania and is not afraid of the competition for places when he returns to Madrid.

"Real Madrid always play to win titles and are consequently looking to sign the best players. It's logical that the club try to sign world-class players. I am comfortable with my situation, though, and am pleased with the club's backing," Morata said to AS.

"Jose Mourinho knows that I will always give everything, either with the reserves or with the first team. I'll be ready for the challenge when I get the chance to prove my worth. I have high hopes for the future."

The 18-year-old made his first team debut in the 3-1 league win over Real Zaragoza in December 2010.


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