Leonardo Bonucci hopes to hear the Juventus fans sing his name once more after stating he has "a place that I can call home again".
Upon his return, Bonucci was jeered by sections of the club's fanbase and was even asked by one fan: "when will you apologise for your betrayal?".
However, Juve have been impressive so far this campaign, setting the pace in the title race with Bonucci once again at the heart of their defence. He also played a wonderful assist for Paulo Dybala’s opener in Tuesday's 3-0 Champions League win over Young Boys, helping the club make it two wins from two in Europe.
Bonucci is confident he can continue to mend his relationship with the Juventus supporters by driving the team towards success this season.
"Yes, for now [there is peace with the fans]," he told reporters. "The whistles have become applause and I hope to continue like this.
"Now it's just me. I must continue to work and demonstrate [my talent] on the pitch as I have done so far, and I hope to increase the applause and to feel the Curva [Sud] sing my name as they did in the past.
"I know it was a difficult year for them as it was for me, but I will do everything I can to convince them on the field.
"These two victories were very significant for me because they show I'm settled down again here. A place that I can call my home again."
Next up for the Old Lady is a trip to Udinese on Saturday in Italy, where they will be hoping to maintain their 100% start to the campaign.