Everything is like (what) I was dreaming in my head.
Champions: Manchester City. Pep let me down last season but he has had a year to find his feet and made some serious (and seriously expensive) upgrades to his squad this summer.
The Hammers finished 11th in the Premier League a year ago, as they settled into their first campaign at the London Stadium, recovering well after a very shaky start at the new ground.
All these clubs are expected to be among the top contenders for the title this season. Victor can play right-back and central midfield.
Jose Mourinho has no new injury concerns after a very successful pre-season, which integrated all three new signings very well into the squad, with Lukaku, Matic and Lindelof all likely to start at the Theatre of Dreams. Will Harry Kane play every week? I'm starting to wonder why Silva doesn't just buy an MLS franchise and get the whole thing over with.
"I like the way the team plays, the coach, all the players, and I wanted to come here and learn from them and become a better player".
Lacazette comes to Arsenal with a big reputation after netting more than 20 league goals in each of the past three seasons with French side Lyon.
"If we cannot strengthen the team in these areas we have players that we can trust".
Even so, Conte has done his best to get billionaire Blues owner Roman Abramovich to throw his financial muscle behind Chelsea's title defence.
I did take Watford out of my picks because I think Andre Gray is a good signing for them and could make the difference.
United have made their position consistently clear throughout summer, that they would consider extending the Swede's stay at Old Trafford, depending on how well his recovery went. They'll need to rest him for the lesser games with the Champions League.
However, given the way Kane has done it for the last two seasons you'd had to say he's decent value at 3/1, but you'd have to ask whether playing at Wembley is going to effect him.
The Premier League kicks off a new season tonight with millionaire players entertaining the more modestly paid fans packed into stadiums and on TVs. They also have a solid defence led by German Christopher Schindler, who played in every game last season and completed almost 300 clearances and close to a 100 interceptions. "I'm a big fan of his, both of his football and his humility". Man City's Sergio Aguero (+550) and Gabriel Jesus (+800) could end up cancelling out each other.
"I think he's close to coming back".