The American has settled into life in the Eternal City following his move from Chievo, and he says working alongside the former Italy forward on a daily basis is a privilege.
The U.S. international earned a summer transfer to the Giallorossi following an impressive 2011-12 campaign with Chievo, where he managed to get his career back on track after a failed spell at Premier League outfit Aston Villa.
He has since become a regular starter under Zdenek Zeman, making 10 Serie A appearances for the capital club, and Bradley believes the opportunity of working alongside 'Il Capitano' each day has been a rewarding experience.
"Everything has gone well so far," Bradley told topmercato.com. " I feel great, even if I have to improve my distribution and usage of the ball.
"I also appreciate the presence of a leader like Totti. He is one of the best players in history. I feel lucky to play alongside him."
After an inconsistent start to the season, which culminated in a derby defeat to Lazio in early November, Roma has since strung together a run of five straight victories, including a 4-2 win over league rivals Fiorentina last weekend.
And Bradley believes his side has hit form at the right time, as the fight for a Champions League finish prepares to heat up after the winter break.
"We are a young team, but players like Totti and [Pablo] Osvaldo enable us to learn a lot," he added. "Napoli, Lazio and Fiorentina are very strong, but we plan to fight with them for a place in the Champions League."
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