Yaya Toure is loving the scrap for points with Manchester City.
On Sunday he will be part of the Blues side looking to get their domestic campaign back on track by beating Wigan.
He knows the Blues face a ferocious battle if they are to end a two-match run without a win. But that is just the way he likes it.
"When I think about the differences between football in Spain and England, the biggest is that in Spain the matches are played slowly with a lot of quality," said the £24-million man.
"In England everyone has to fight and run for the opportunity to play football. I love that.
"I know I am suited to the Premier League."