Chelsea had a shaky start in the early stages of the season.
The Blues currently sit fourth on the table, but are only one point behind second-placed Manchester United.
Manchester City continue to lead the table with 31 points out of 33 possible from the first 11 matches.
However, Antonio Conte’s side has already lost three league matches, and were thrashed by Roma 3-0 in the Champions League.
Antonio Conte managed to take some pressure off him by defeating Manchester United 1-0 on Sunday.
Alvaro Morata scored the only goal of the match, taking his season league tally to 7.
The Spanish striker has impressed after completing his move to the west London side from Real Madrid, but Conte is keen to sign a back-up striker in January.
The Italian manager remains unconvinced by Michy Batshuayi and wants to make move for someone else in the next transfer window.
Fernando Llorente was his top target on deadline day in August, but Tottenham beat the Blues for his services.
And now Don Balon are reporting that Conte asked Morata for advice about a possible signing.
The same report suggests that the Spaniard told him to make a move for Everton’s flop Sandro Ramirez. //Actuantes//