Cristiano Ronaldo has not taken long to adjust to life in Italy with Juventus.
The Portuguese superstar shocked the world when he swapped Real Madrid for Turin in a €100m deal in the summer.
Los Blancos have certainly missed his presence this season, while Juve already look an improved outfit with the 33-year-old spearheading their attack.
Ronaldo already has 10 goals and five assists to his name in just 15 Serie A games, with Juve unbeaten at the top of the table.
Both Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are still the two finest players in world football despite being in their 30's and now not being in the same domestic league to spur each other on.
But do they actually miss each other? Well, Ronaldo was asked that question in an interview with Gazzetta.
The Portuguese responded: "No, maybe he misses me. I played in England, Spain, Italy, Portugal, in the national team, while he is still in Spain.
"Maybe he needs me more. For me, life is a challenge, I like it and I like to make people happy. I would like him to come to Italy one day.
"Like me, accept the challenge. However, if he is happy there, I respect him, he is a fantastic player, a good guy but I do not miss anything here. This is my new life and I'm happy."
Imagine what Messi's arrival in Italian football would do for Serie A's brand.
Ronaldo also gave a telling answer when asked if any Juve players impress him more than others.
He said: "It's not fair to name just a few, but I can say that this is the best group I've ever played. Here we are a team, elsewhere someone feels bigger than others but here they are all on the same line, they are humble and want to win.
"If Dybala or Mandzukic do not mark, you still see them happy, smile. For me it is beautiful, I perceive the difference. Even in Madrid they are humble but here. I feel they are more so. It is very different from Madrid, this is more a family ."News Now - Sport News