Clarence Seedorf admits his return to AC Milan has been smooth.
Seedorf succeeded Massimiliano Allegri as coach last month.
"Coming back to Milan was like I'd never been away actually - you know everybody, everybody knows you," Seedorf told UEFA's official website.
"Getting back was just like coming back after I'd been injured or on holiday. After 10 years I think you get a sense of things and of course the President, [Silvio] Berlusconi, has always expressed the values he would like to see on the field and also off it.
"Those are values I definitely want to work on and want to impart to the group, because we have a responsibility, especially to the younger ones watching us.
"It's not only about winning, but about how we win - it's not only about competing, but about how you compete.
"It's a long journey but it has started now and I'm very happy to lead it from a technical point of view."