Nice defender, Dante is certain and sure Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola will get it right soon.
The Spaniard endured the longest winless run of his career, failing to win six straight matches last year.
Manchester City have struggled for consistency since then. They’ve lost to Chelsea and Liverpool and currently sit 10 points behind Chelsea and fifth on the table.
Dante was coached by Guardiola in Bayern Munich and won two titles with the Spaniard and the Brazilian trusts his former manager to get it right.
He told Omnisport: “The first year can be difficult, because the leagues are so different. In Spain the competition is between three teams, in Germany it’s usually between two, but in England there are six teams, so it is different.
“Pep is a coach who works with 100 per cent commitment to his philosophy, so players need to understand his philosophy 100 per cent, and of course, in England, the way they play is a bit harder and very athletic.
“Perhaps in the first year he is feeling it is difficult, but when the players adapt to his philosophy, to the way he thinks, they will progress.
“Next year, things will happen like he wants them to.”