Spain's Lopez-Chaccara believes the situation is a "managerial matter" and once the head-scratching problem regarding world-ranking points is resolved then there will have to be a compromise.
He spoke of his "dream" year that was highlighted by claiming his maiden professional victory at LIV Golf's Invitational in Bangkok.
The 22-year-old also spoke of his career aspirations. Understandably, he wants to compete in the major championships.
He said it was his dream to slip on the coveted green jacket. He hopes to peg it up at 2023 Open and U.S. Open, as well.
The governing bodies overseeing the four major championships haven't revealed their full hand as to how they will deal with LIV players just yet.
R&A chief executive executive Martin Slumbers said it would go against the nature of the major to ban players. Yet Augusta National, the PGA of America and USGA have remained curiously silent.
Lopez-Chacarra said he also aspires to play in the Ryder Cup. That's one of his longer-term goals. There is no doubting he possesses the talent to compete in one edition.
He also revealed captain Donald has reached out to him:
When these messages were sent has peaked our interest at GolfMagic.
Donald's Ryder Cup plans are largely up in the air as he awaits a court hearing in February that will determine whether or not the DP World Tour has the legal power to ban players who are playing in LIV tournaments.
Ryder Cup Europe have changed the qualifying process for Donald's 12-man team. The Englishman will have six captain's picks.
Qualifying for Team Europe began at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth - won by Shane Lowry - and will end 3 September 2023 before the Ryder Cup on 25 September.
Of the disruption caused by the emergence of LIV, Donald said in early October:
It would be interesting to hear what exactly Donald allegedly said to Lopez-Chacarra.
Earlier in the month LIV Golf superstar Cameron Smith revealed Rory McIlroy had sent him text messages as well, imploring him to thoroughly think over his decision before joining the controversial series.