This time last year he admitted he was still not always comfortable in expressing himself, particularly when dissatisfied with his side, but he feels it is no longer a problem.
He told chelseafc.com: "Now I am in English,' he smiles. 'I don't like to shout, in my career it happened a bit but not a lot of times.
"I think it is better if you can explain things, mistakes, without shouting. Now after one year my relationship with the players is very close, so they can understand me very well and I can understand them very well. If you shout all the time they do not listen."