For the most part, Tevez has enjoyed a successful beginning to his career in Italy.
While never a player prone to missing long spells through injuries, the fact that he has yet to miss a match will be encouraging, especially for a player who has just reached the wrong side of 30.
In 23 appearances in Serie A, Tevez has scored 13 times and assisted six more, which must be considered a fine return in a debut campaign.
And while Tevez averaged more than a goal per game for Manchester City over four years, he has seldom been a prolific goalscorer, which makes his return even more impressive given the transition to a league in which it is notoriously difficult for strikers to score.
In fact, this is statistically speaking Tevez's second-most successful season in European football up to this point, having played 23 matches.
The only season in which El Apache surpassed his current contribution was for City during the 2010/11 campaign, where he had scored 18 goals up to this point but only contributed five assists.
So Tevez is on track to set a career-high number of assists in his eighth season in European football.
In fact, Tevez has the fourth-highest average rating in Serie A per WhoScored.com at 7.73, with the next-best striker, Mario Balotelli, some way off at 7.47.
Moreover, nobody at Juve has achieved more Man of the Match awards from Italy's most popular newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport. Tevez has achieved this feat eight times, while teammates Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba have won four each.
When you consider that he is playing in a system in which he has had very little experience and the fact that the tactics in Italy are significantly different to those in England, we have to conclude that he has been a success thus far.