Chelsea forward Alvaro Morata is aiming for third Champions League trophy with the Blues having won two during his spell with Real Madrid. Chelsea is back in the top competition after missing last season edition due to woeful campaign in Premier League, but this time Antonio Conte’s men qualified as the league winner in England.The Spanish forward Morata, who has hit the ground running after his move from Real Madrid is targeting a third success in the competition, Chelsea is will play Qarabag at the Stamford Bridge on Tuesday.RELATED: Eden Hazard teases Morata after Chelsea winHe said: “I have won a lot but I want to win more. My dream is to score a lot of goals here and to win titles with Chelsea. “That’s why I left Madrid and accepted the offer here. I want to be ambitious.”He added: “For me the Champions League is the main prize you can win, both as a club and as a player.“I have lived through the experience of playing in this competition with both Juventus and Real Madrid - and I have won titles. This season I am playing to win again. It will be a special success for me if we can do it.”Morata, 24, has scored three in four Premier League games since joining from Real Madrid and he is set to replicate the form in the Champions League when he faced Azerbajian Champions Qarabag.