Chelsea striker Loic Remy confirmed that new manager Antonio Conte's training sessions are intense yet focused on the basics of the game.
The Frenchman will be hoping to enjoy regular first-team football at the Bridge after struggling under Jose Mourinho and Guus Hiddink last season.
He featured against Rapid Vienna last week and is expected to be on the pitch to face WAC RZ Pellets later on today.
"They are very intense sessions but at the same time you have to work on the basics," Remy told the club's official website.
"It's very tactical which is good for us, because as players you need to have direction and know what to do with and without the ball. It's been very tough but all the players are enjoying working with the new manager.
"We only came back to training at the start of last week but we have to improve in every area.
"Now we have a game on Wednesday and it's important for us to get a win.
"I feel very good. The preparations are very different to what we did last season and the one before.
"With the new staff we have been working very hard and even though the result against Rapid Vienna was disappointing I think we will win the next game.
"All the players want to be involved in the new project, the commitment is there and there is no reason for us not to be ready for the first game of the season."