West Ham’s Argentine misfit Carlos Tevez admits he rarely speaks to manager Alan Curbishley, but he says he is content with life at the Premiership outfit.
Tevez who has yet to score a goal in the Premiership as the Hammers battle against regelgation, said: “The manager speaks to you very little.
“They put the set-pieces on the blackboard and you have go up to it and read it. It is a colder way of doing things. But I do feel relaxed here.
“My wish is to get the team out of this situation we’re in.”
Despite spending much of his time on the substitues bench, Tevez says he is happy at the club.
“I feel comfortable at the club,” he added. “The people adore me, chant my name and treat me well.
“I am not thinking about leaving. I don’t want a situation to happen here like the ones that happened to me at Boca Juniors and Corinthians, where, for reasons beyond football, I had to leave.”