“I think I have adapted to English football,” he said. “It's different because there is more contact, it's a contact game, but I try my best every day and I think I am improving. The main thing I'm learning from English strikers is to be very offensive, to always attack the line, to be on the edge of the box and to push the opponents on the line.
“When I got here I was a bit scared because of the language barrier. Now I understand more and it's easier to live better on and off the pitch. Hopefully it will be a better year, an important year and hopefully we are going to go up. Hopefully I am going to be here for many years.”