Alvaro Morata has warned that there is more to come from him after scoring his first Spain goal on Friday against Ukraine in Euro 2016 qualifying.
The Juventus striker netted after 28 minutes to earn La Roja a 1-0 victory over their Group C rivals, but he was quick to play down his performance at Sanchez Pizjuan.
“It was a very tough and physical match, but we managed to get the three points,” the 22-year-old said after the game.
“It wasn't an easy game to play in. Our opponents were known for [this durability] and aggression and defended wel..
“I hope to keep playing games [for Spain]. It wasn't my best game, but I'll keep working hard to get back here.
“[The No 7, previously worn by Raul Gonzalez] is just another number to me. The most important thing is being here.”