There was a sense of excitement when Alvaro Morata signed for Chelsea last year as a replacement for Diego Costa.
The striker had struggled to hold down a regular place at Real Madrid, so sought pastures new at Stamford Bridge.
Unfortunately, though, the Spain international is yet to reach his best level at Chelsea as he continues to be inconsistent in front of goal.
Maurizio Sarri replaced Antonio Conte as manager in the summer, but instead of look for a new hitman, the coach put faith in Morata.
The 25-year-old started the first four Premier League matches, but in that time he struck just the once.
Against Cardiff City at the weekend, the former Juventus star was dropped in favour of Olivier Giroud, who bagged two assists in a 4-1 victory for Chelsea.