Once again finding some form after a slight dip, Chelsea are now on their fourth consecutive win and clean sheet in the Premier League, and are steadily climbing back up the table.
Now fourth, one point behind the join top three Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City, Antonio Conte’s men are becoming a sturdy unit, especially defensively.
The back three is working a treat for the Italian, and, despite a wobbly start in his first two games, David Luiz has become an integral part of Chelsea’s plans.
Picking up two yellow cards in his first eight games back at his former club, the Brazilian is seemingly enjoying life at Chelsea and Conte’s strict defensive unit.
That said, spending over two years in Paris means a part of him will always feel attached to the French capital, as he explained to SFR Sport, relayed by CulturePSG.
He said: “I know everything here at Chelsea, I have a lot of friends. Life is great, I know everyone in the club, so readjusting was easy. I thank God every day because my life is fantastic. I miss Paris a lot, so when I have free time, I return there.”
Moving to Paris Saint-Germain from Chelsea in 2014 for £42m, the 29-year-old made 89 appearances over the course of two seasons for the Ligue 1 champions, scoring eight goals and picking up four assists.