Costa happy at Chelsea but not so much London

Costa happy at Chelsea but not so much London

Costa happy at Chelsea but not so much London

"It was a good pressure, I prefer to call it this, but we managed the situation very well", Conte said.

Diego Costa insists he is now content at Chelsea, although has done little to quell speculation regarding a potential summer exit from Stamford Bridge after appearing to hint that he is not happy living in London.

Costa has bagged 17 Premier League goals this season, but has not scored in his last five games for the league leaders.

'But it's not just about that, with the way we play, he is very important.

"I think that the first goal, Diego provoked it and he played a good game and fought a lot for the team with good commitment", Conte told BT Sport.

"Diego is very good for the group".

"Then we conceded and lost a bit of confidence but then we managed the game and scored another with Marcos Alonso".

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Costa joined Chelsea in the summer of the 2014-15 season from Atletico Madrid after the Blues activated his £32 million buy-out clause.

The Spanish worldwide was one of many players whose form dropped alarmingly last season. If the people who know me said anything different, said I was a bad kid, that would hurt me.

"Even though it has been nice for the past few days, sometimes you can go for more than a week without seeing the sun shine and it affects him".

The start of Costa's downturn in form coincided with a contract offer worth in excess of £570,000 a week from Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian in January.

"If you are in a team that is winning, you always want to stay, for the allotted amount of time", Costa added.

"I am happy at Chelsea, I am not necessarily saying that I am happy with my life in London".

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