"I am going back there because I want to be sure, at 32 years old, and go back to a team that I know - the mechanisms, the organisations and everything," he said. "I want to have nothing to think about - just thinking about performance."
"There were two roads, Deceuninck or Ineos, and the project of Ineos was much bigger for me, and the relationship with Filippo [Ganna] helped a lot in this contract and in this choice," Viviani said.
"Now I'm different, also Ineos is different I think, so it's going to be a good format. They want to win more, I want to win more, so that is our middle point. Winning races. It's easy to say, but what I understand from the two years at Cofidis is what looks easy is never easy.”