Winger Pedro has said that he has no regrets over making the move to sign for Chelsea this summer despite the club’s poor form as it has made him more confident, and as a result, a happier person, according to the Daily Express.
The Spanish international quit Barcelona after 11 years at the club after spending the majority of last season on the bench (via Express).
Pedro has slotted into the Blues side straight away, impressing with one assist and two goals so far, even though the club’s poor form has continued.
And despite making their worst start to a Premier League season in 37 years, Pedro has insisted that he has no regrets in linking up with Jose Mourinho’s men.
“When someone gets to play, they gain rhythm, confidence, you’re happier, you try out more things,” Pedro told the official Spanish football team website Sefutbol.
“Leaving Barca was tough for me but I’m happy with the change.”
The Spaniard revealed his fellow Spain stars at Chelsea, Cesc Fabregas, Diego Costa and Cesar Azpilicueta, have helped him adjust quickly to life in the Premier League.
“They’ve been a great support to me,” he said. “The adaptation has been quicker given I already knew them from here and they’ve treated me very well in the dressing room, showing me how the club works.”
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