Fabio da Silva has no regrets over his move to Cardiff City.
The former Manchester United fullback stressed manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's presence at Cardiff was key.
"It was a big change to what I've been used to because I had worked with Sir Alex Ferguson for more or less the entire time I'd been in the UK," he explained to WalesOnline.
"But I had worked with Ole and his coaches before, at United, and know him well.
"When I first arrived at Manchester United from Brazil I started training with Ole. For the last six months of his playing career I was working with him. I know his way and how he thinks about football. I promised the manager I would give this club everything I have in my body to help us out of the relegation battle.
"Even if I don't play every week, I train hard and make sure I am ready.
"I don't think I have to prove to anybody what I can do.
"I just have to prove things to myself.
"This is a great opportunity and I am enjoying the challenge."
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