Florent Malouda insists he's happy at Chelsea under new manager Avram Grant.
Malouda admitted some regret in the wake of Jose Mourinho's departure, but told The Sun: "Our success is built on a combination of hard work and talent.
"Above all, a collective spirit helps us perform at a consistently high level."
Malouda, who was linked with Liverpool before joining Chelsea, admits his £13.5million switch to Stamford Bridge did not go as smoothly as he had hoped.
He added: "I'm very happy at Chelsea. My transfer wasn't straightforward but now I have to do everything I can to succeed here.
"My aims for the season are to settle at my new club so I can start to really express myself out on the pitch as fast as possible.
"But more importantly, I want to win trophies for the team."