Chelsea winger Pedro Rodriguez has admitted to finding the Premier League nature too ‘complicated’, which has made it tough for him to settle in at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea snatched Pedro right from under the noses of Premier League rivals Manchester United in the Summer, forking out £21.4m to secure his services.
The Spanish international started off his Chelsea career in good fashion, scoring on his debut against West Brom. However since then, the 28-year-old has been pretty silent on the pitch.
Mourinho started the Spaniard on the weekend against Aston Villa, which resulted in a 2-0 win for Mourinho’s men.
Despite winning on the weekend Pedro has explained why he is yet to hit the ground running.
“It’s hard. It’s very different to what I’m used to [at Barcelona],” Pedro said as quoted by the Daily Mirror.
“But, little by little, I’m integrating more, adapting with my team-mates and the team and that’s the most important thing.
“Everything is different, very different to the football I’m used to. I think there are a lot of differences, very physical football, very strong.
“A lot of players attack and it’s always complicated. All the games are competitive and very balanced.”