Lifelong affection for Real Madrid:
"I think we all know that, when you're a kid, there's always a club that really makes you sit up and take notice."
Competing with Keylor Navas for the number-one spot:
"I arrived at Chelsea with [Petr] Cech there, and I ended up being first choice. I've come here to give my all and it's down to the coach to decide."
His relationship with Keylor:
"The goalkeepers [in a squad] share a dressing room and are friends too. I'll be doing everything I can to help create a good atmosphere within the group."
Kissing the Real Madrid badge during his unveiling:
"I've come to a club that I've always wanted to play for. I've never kissed the badge before, but I have today."
Leading an anti-Real chant with Atlético fans during his 2011-2014 spell at Los Blancos' city rivals:
"I was very young. I've said sorry and I do so again now. They [the fans] will see that I'm going to give my all for Madrid."
Facing his former side in Wednesday's Uefa Super Cup:
"It'll be a special game. I have huge respect for Atlético. I had a great time there, but now this is my club and my home."
On Sergio Ramos, whose last-gasp header denied Atlético Champions League final victory in 2014:
"That's part and parcel of football. We [Atlético] did manage to beat them to a Copa del Rey. Now I'll say to him: Let's go and win a Champions League together."
Goodbye message to Chelsea fans:
"I hope they remember me fondly, and I wish them all the best."
Strongest selection of keepers in a club squad in world football?
"I'd like to think so. I'm a top goalkeeper, as are Keylor and Kiko [Casilla] and, from what I've seen of him, [Luca] Zidane."
On Real Madrid legend and fellow goalkeeper Iker Casillas:
"When I [first] saw him play, I was just so struck by the fact that a keeper who was then only 18 could perform like that under such pressure."