"I'm very happy there".
And Lopetegui revealed after the game that he has an idea over who will play in goal in the future.
"I can't think of many, well I can only think of four more, better than him in the league".
"Over-passing can give opponents time to regroup but when this sort of player can dominate the tempo of a game, speeding it up and slowing it down at will when the time is right, it is nearly always beneficial".
"We'll see how it goes, with the decision to be made on the pitch".
"You know you probably wouldn't be who you are now if it wasn't for Chelsea".
Courtois added: "I am now experiencing on a daily basis that Sergio Ramos is the best centre-back in the world". That's an indication of his commitment to the cause at Stamford Bridge.
Worries had risen high among Nigerian fans that the recent bench-warming role Moses has been forced to endure at Chelsea could see him miss out on The Blues' continental squad list, but his London club have now confirmed him for the competition.
"The difference is twice as big and of course, the feeling is very different", Courtois told Het Belang van Limburg.
Chelsea have been handed a major injury boost with Blues midfielder Cesc Fabregas finally back to training with the ball after being sidelined for the past few weeks with a mystery knee issue.
"If you look forward, you only see a wall of people while at Stamford Bridge you can still see the sky or the hotel behind the grandstand", he said.