​Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has revealed that it is a 'pleasure' ​to play alongside Cristiano Ronaldo in the same team, thus suggesting that he is pretty happy in Turin.


The Argentinean striker has not been as effective as he usually was for Juventus since the arrival of the Portuguese maestro, though he has missed just seven matches across Serie A and the Champions League this term.


His goalscoring form, though, still tends to be a worry. Dybala is enduring his worst scoring season since joining from Palermo in 2015, netting just 10 times in all competitions, and has been linked with clubs like Madrid, Liverpool and Manchester United.



Juve legend Marco Tardelli suggested this week that Dybala is suffering at the club due to Ronaldo, but the Argentine replied in his interview with ​Tuttosport and said, "When we talk about Juve, we're talking about an important club, who have always had great champions."


He continued, "Playing alongside them is always a pleasure. It gives me joy and huge satisfaction. Of course, I enjoy [playing alongside Ronaldo]. Cristiano's a champion and it's always a pleasure to play with guys like him. Ronaldo makes things that are very difficult actually seem easy."


Juventus wrapped up an eighth successive Serie A title win on Saturday thanks to a 2-1 win over Fiorentina.