Eden Hazard has revealed that Maurizio Sarri immediately changed the times of training after taking over from Antonio Conte at Chelsea.
Sarri has made a swift impact at Stamford Bridge with the team yet to lose a game this season.
Hazard has played a key role in Chelsea’s return to form with seven goals so far this term.
And the Belgian has revealed that Sarri was one of Sarri’s key changes after taking charge was to help the team’s preparation for matches.
‘The first thing he did when he came here, he changed the times of training,’ Hazard told The Times.
‘And we were all surprised because in England we all train in the morning.
‘Then he came here and we started training in the afternoons, so for us it was a big change but we asked him why and he says it’s simple – in England we play most of the time at 3pm. So for him it was normal.
‘It’s a bit different, so we need to adapt but, when you win games, you don’t care.
‘I can even train in the evening at 9pm – if we are winning, I would be happy.’