Robinho admits he's never felt better in Europe than he does now with AC Milan.
He remarked: "I feel at home in Milan. I'm going through a really good time. It is a club that loves Brazilians and treats us very well. I am adapting more and more, I am very happy here.
"In Madrid it was very good too. It is an excellent club and Spanish football is easier to adapt to for a Brazilian player. But there was jealousy during my time there for my trips abroad with Brazil.
"Here it is different, they treat us superbly. Even in Manchester it was good, but the field was very different. English football has a lot of strength and it is complicated for a Brazilian footballer to adapt to it. Even more so for one who plays up front like me.
"In Milan there are only good things. They love Brazilians and always speak well of those that have passed through here. There is this love, this openness from the beginning. I did not expect it was that good.
"To date, there has been much talk of Kaka, Serginho, Dida, Cafu, even of Ronaldo who made more history at Inter, he is highly regarded here. Now we are making our history.
"Of course, when a Brazilian player sits on the bench they get very upset still, but it is part of life, it is normal in football."