Chelsea forward Pedro insists he has no regrets about swapping Spanish champions Barcelona for Stamford Bridge, despite admitting he is yet to find his best form since arriving in England.
The 28-year-old moved from Catalonia as part of a £21 million deal last summer but has endured a difficult first season in West London, scoring just eight goals in 38 appearances.
The Spaniard has by no means been the only player to have struggled for the 2015 Premier League champions, who finished 10th during a hugely disappointing campaign.
But while Pedro's former club Barcelona clinched a 24th league title, he insists his only focus is on helping Chelsea regain their status as title contenders.
He told the London Evening Standard: "I am already looking forward to next season in terms of what we can achieve and putting the club back where it should be.
"Of course when you move away from your city there are certain things you will miss but, generally speaking, I am settled in this country."
"I am really happy here and have no regrets about the decision I made to join Chelsea."
Despite his disappointing season, Pedro has been boosted by earning a place in Vincente del Bosque's Spain squad for Euro 2016, with controversial teammate Diego Costa missing out.
And the striker is convinced he will recapture his best form for Chelsea next season.
"Is the best still to come from me? Absolutely. I always keep faith in myself and my abilities.
"I'm sure next season will be a great one for me and the club. I'm really looking forward to fighting for the Premier League, which will be a dream for me."