Roma striker, Paulo Dybala, has insisted he has no regret joining the club this summer.
Dybala became a free agent after his contract at Juventus expired.
The Argentina international then decided to join the Giallorossi after speaking with Jose Mourinho.
In an interview with TribalFootball, Dybala said he is delighted with the progress achieved at Roma.
"Yes, the last few years at Juventus weren't easy; a change did me good. (Jose) Mourinho called me, and in a few minutes, I decided. He as well as the director spoke to me about the project and the desire to continue winning as they did last year.
"Being a protagonist in such a team helps me a lot. The fans' welcome? It was unusual. When you enter the stadium, you're with your teammates, there I was alone. It had never happened to me before.
"Roma fans are similar to Argentinian fans in terms of passion. Different from the Juventus environment, more like the Argentinean one.
"They have a beautiful madness, I feel this affection, for them Roma comes before the family. They live football as we do."