We’re all looking forward to a brighter second half of the season after Saturday’s blistering second half – amazing how good a 3-0 win becomes in hindsight, no matter how clunky the first half.
And once we wave goodbye to P*y*t we can all move on even more.
So in that respect I don’t want to dwell on the past – but the reaction by Simone Zaza to his time at the club has been refreshing, and has put the P*y*t saga in context.
I know he was absolutely useless, but at least Lady Zaza isn’t bad-mouthing the club in the wake of his departure.
Unless something has got lost in the translation he has fessed up that it was his fault he never got to grips with life in London. He’s not looking for excuses. He’s not blaming others.
He’s reported as saying: ‘It was a very difficult time for me.
‘When I joined from Juventus, I was optimistic. I wanted to experience playing in England because I thought it was the football I liked and where I could use my qualities.
‘Everything started badly from the outset. I think the main blame lies with me because I was not right mentally, I was very negative and in all the things that happened, I never saw the positive side.
‘There was an atmosphere, a culture very different to mine. That was a problem. Now I am here I feel bad not to have shown England what I am capable of.’