The former Chelsea striker believes the Spaniard has recaptured the form he exhibited while playing alongside Arsenal’s star forward at Barcelona.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has availed to transform Pedro back into “the player we optically discerned in Spain”, verbally expresses former Blues striker Tony Cascarino.
Over the course of nine seasons as a component of the senior set-up at Camp Nou, Pedro toasted five La Liga denominations and three Champions League crowns amongst several other accolades.
He did, however, start to slip out of favour as a component of a star-studded squad and Chelsea were considered to have pulled off quite the coup in winning the race for his signature.
Pedro initially struggled to reproduce his best in England, though, scoring just eight goals in 40 appearances in all competitions.
But he has recaptured his form in 2016-17 and been a key figure for Chelsea during their current 12-match winning run in the Premier League.