Luis Suarez says becoming a "good teammate" is the only change he has made to his game since moving from Liverpool to Barcelona.
Suarez will spearhead the Barcelona attack in this weekend's El Clasico against Real Madrid.
The Uruguayan goes into the game as his club's top scorer for the season with 43 goals in 43 games in an overall record for the Spanish giants of 68 goals in 84 appearances.
That is an improvement on what was already a very good strike rate of 82 in 133 for Liverpool, and Suarez says he has not made any great alterations to his playing style.
"La Liga is very different to the Premier League," said Suarez, who last season won the La Liga, Champions League and Copa del Rey with Barcelona.
"Everyone knows that it's completely different and what you need to do is always be yourself, don't change, just adapt your movements and a few things FC Barcelona dictate, but the thing I cared about was being a good team-mate."