Chelsea summer signing Pedro Rodriguez has stated clearly that he is happy with the change that has taken place in his football career over the last few weeks.
Pedro was part of the Spain national team that defeated Slovakia in the European championship qualifier this weekend. Spain won the previously unbeaten Slovakia by 2-0 to go top of group c.
Speaking to Chelsea TV, Pedro stated how positive early life with the Stamford bridge outfit has helped him and his national team Spain achieve great success.
‘I am very happy with the change, I’ve arrived in England well and you can tell I’m comfortable,’ said Pedro.
‘The match [against Slovakia] might have been our best since the World Cup.
There are great players, some newcomers, but those of us who went to Brazil want to keep proving we do things well and want to continue being part of the team.’
Pedro was also on national duties with fellow Chelsea team mate Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa. Although the later failed to find the back of the net after months of being away from country football due to injury, he however won a penalty spot kick for his team which was well converted to goal by Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta.
Pedro also believe both his club and country team-mate Diego Costa best is yet to come.
‘He’s missing a goal, but he’s in the right place, he provides solutions and the goals will arrive,’ Pedro said.