Fernando Torres has stuck the boot into Liverpool by claiming he is having much more fun at Chelsea.
The Spanish striker left Anfield in a British record £50million transfer after growing increasingly unsettled on Merseyside.
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Torres told Spanish newspaper Marca: 'I expected something more distant with a team full of stars. There are more personal relationships and jokes between the players than there were at Liverpool.
'Everything was much more serious there. Here, you don't have to prove you are a professional, it is assumed.'
Torres is convinced he made the right decision to leave Liverpool after the endless talk of new dawns at the club.
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The 26-year-old was particularly upset at their failure to reinforce their squad after selling stars such as Xabi Alonso, Javier Mascherano and Peter Crouch.
He added: 'I knew I was an idol for the fans but it wasn't the same any more. The institution was in chaos with the sale.
'There was all this talk of possible projects. In many ways it reminded me of Atletico Madrid - a great history, many ideas but without money, it needed time. I don't have that.
'People aren't honest in the world of football. You can't say the truth or be clear with people. It's a business and nobody is anyone's friend.'
Torres is also confident he will soon break his duck after failing to score in his opening four matches.
He said: 'I didn't expect it to be easy. It never is. It was the same for me at Liverpool. There are two months of adaptation to something so new, and more so in February.
'The fans have been impressive from the first day. They are almost more enthusiastic than I am to score the first goal.'