The 26-year-old arrived from Napoli with Maurizio Sarri in the summer and has been key to the club's fine start to the season.
Indeed, the players have adapted swiftly to Sarri's style and are yet to lose across all competitions this campaign. They sit level on points with pace-setters Manchester City at the top of the Premier League and have made a perfect, if at times unconvincing, start to the Europa League group stages.
And Jorginho is relishing life at Stamford Bridge following four seasons in Naples.
"It is a privilege to come here and to play alongside them," Jorginho told the Metro.
"I think anyone who plays at Chelsea is a big name player. They are also great people.
"I am loving it here. I love the club, I love the city. It would be impossible not to love it here."
Jorginho won the Coppa Italia with Napoli in 2014 and narrowly missed out on the Serie A title as Sarri's side battled Juventus to the wire in the race for the league crown last term.
And the Italy international is determined to make up for that near miss with silveware at the end of his debut season at Chelsea.
He added: "No matter what competition we are playing in, we want to win every game.
"If we aim to do this, there are no limits to what we can achieve and I hope to have a couple of medals at the end of the season."