Strangely, he refused to celebrate after netting against Forest and it was later claimed that he was making a point about the lack of respect he's been shown by the club.
Morata is now widely expected to leave Chelsea this month and few of his teammates will miss him, with The Independent reporting that his "meek attitude" has become a source of frustration among his teammates.
According to Diario AS, Morata's agent, Juanma Lopez, arrived in Spain on Tuesday to negotiate the striker's move to Sevilla.
Whether Morata will be available is another matter, as Chelsea are reported to be keen to sign a replacement before they release him for the remainder of the season, as Edinson Cavani has been discussed in the media as an option.
According to the same story, the out-of-form Chelsea FC striker would be open to a return to Spain following an unhappy spell at Stamford Bridge.
'People expect a lot from Chelsea's number nine, ' said the Italian.
Dublin said: "Wilson has all the attributes to make them a better side going forward, he is a more out-and-out forward than what they have at present". Chelsea are a club who are very hard to negotiate [with]'.