Alvaro Morata has called Juventus "one of the greatest clubs in Europe" as he prepares to make his Champions League debut for the Italian outfit.
The Spaniard moved to Juve from Real Madrid this summer, but struggled with injury in the opening weeks of the season.
The forward has recently returned to fitness, however, and has now spoken for the first time about his move to Turin.
"I'm happy in Juventus. I love the club and all of the people around us. It is as I expected it to be. I knew that Juventus was one of the greatest clubs in Europe and the greatest in Italy. I knew that I came to a great club and now I'm living it from the inside," he told Onda Cero.
"It's been a complicated summer for me. The months waiting for my move to Juventus were hard. After such a long time waiting, I came here and then the injury occurred, it's complicated. But that's also a part of football, you have to face it. But I'm happy to be able to be with the team."
Juve face Atletico Madrid in the Champions League tomorrow evening.