Photo: Alexandre Pato all smiles in Chelsea training ahead of Watford trip

Alexandre Pato looks happy to be a Chelsea player...

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Alexandre Pato looks to be settling in well into life at Chelsea following his loan move to Stamford Bridge last week.

The Brazilian joined the west London club on a temporary deal until the end of the season on Friday as Guus Hiddink moved to bolster his attacking options at Stamford Bridge.

Pato has been training with his Chelsea team-mates at Cobham in recent days and Hiddink said on Tuesday that he would make a late call about whether to include him in the squad for Wednesday’s Premier League trip to Watford.

The striker looked happy to be at the Premier League outfit, however, if the photo above posted on Chelsea’s official Instagram account is anything to go by.

Pato has been handed the number 11 shirt by the Blues following his arrival at the club last week.

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