Chelsea have met Arsenal thrice this January and have failed to win a single match.
Is this a sign of poor performance by their strikers?
Even after signing the Spanish star Alvaro Morata for a record fee 58 £m, the Londonders have failed to impress recently.
The 25-year-old has been under the spotlight in recent games following his failure to score in his last six appearances for the Blues.
However, Conte has now admitted that he is more about Morata’s injury setback than his form.
Speaking at a news conference at Cobham on Tuesday, Conte said: “If you remember in the past, Morata stopped because of a pain in his back and now it came back the day before Brighton.
“I hope it is nothing serious but this is the second time he stopped.
“Now with the medical department he is trying to solve this problem and to have a training session without this pain. This is the real problem now, not because he is not scoring or because his confidence is down, because for every striker you can pass this type of moment.
The question is, should Chelsea find another option for a striker?
Many Chelsea fans are waiting to see what plans the club has to solve this crisis with Edin Dzeko and Pierre Aubameyang on the list of possible recruits.