The Spaniard only joined the Old Lady last year from Real Madrid after failing to establish himself as a regular in the star studded Los Blancos team.
He has since impressed in Italy with Juve, and despite the Serie A champions being keen to keep him, reports have suggested that offers of £60m will be accepted during the next transfer window.
However, the 22-year-old says that he’s happy in Turin and that he has no desire to leave:
“For me, even just thinking of a transfer would be disrespectful to my club, my Coach and my team-mates,” he said.
“I’m so happy where I am that I can’t even bring myself to think about Real Madrid or other teams.
“I didn’t expect to be a starter [at Real Madrid], but I did expect a better treatment. I barely had a relationship with [Real manager] Ancelotti, while [Juventus Coach Max] Allegri gives me much greater consideration.”
Morata has made two appearances for Spain at senior international level despite his age and was a part of Real’s La Liga winning side in 2012 as well as the team that won the Champions League last season – The Madrid outfit’s tenth European Cup.