Manchester United striker Carlos Tevez has revealed the positive effect his team-mates have had on his game and that signing for Sir Alex Ferguson's side is a 'dream come true'.
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The Argentina international moved to Old Trafford in the summer from West Ham where he took a long time to find his form after his surprise arrival in August 2006.
However, he has had no such problems adapting to life with the Red Devils and having a manager like Ferguson has contributed to that.
'The main difference between United and West Ham is that the coach believes in me at my new club,' Tevez told The Sun. 'I'm feeling physically stronger with every game. That makes me feel good and everything else, like scoring goals, comes as a result.
'When I look around the dressing room and see my team-mates there, I realise I'm at one of the most important clubs in the world. That is a dream come true. The most surprising thing about the squad is even though all the players are stars, they are all actually really humble and are good people.
'They've made me feel good and I've now got various friends in the squad like Rio Ferdinand, Ryan Giggs, Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney.
'I'm doing quite well with my English now. I understand the boss and my team-mates perfectly.'