New Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says he will suffer, win and fight with his players when he joins the club after the Euro 2016 Championship.
The 46-year-old became Chelsea's fifth Italian manager after taking over from interim manager Guus Hiddink.
He won the Italian Scudetto in each of his three years as Juventus boss but always struggled to progress deep in the Champions League.
"Carlo [Ancelotti] was my coach for two seasons in Juventus and a great brother for me," Conte told the BBC.
"But we are two different coaches and we live the match in two different ways. I want to play with my players. I want my players to feel me very close. I suffer and I win with them.
"He's told me about his difficulties with the English language, the first time. My English is improving because I'm studying.
"Before, I studied a lot, but now I'm focused with the national team because we're preparing for these Euros in the right way, with intensity."