France international Antoine Griezmann has opened up about having difficulties with making decisions in the squad as he looks to be on par with his Barcelona teammates, Bleacher Reports revealed.
Griezmann told UEFA's official website: "I'm in the process of learning and understanding how my team-mates play as everything is new to me.
"I'm still trying to read the runs and off-the-ball movement from the likes of Luis Suarez, [Lionel] Messi and Ousmane Dembele along with the midfielders.
"It's my intention to get to grips with this as soon as possible so I can offer my all to the team, but at times, it's tricky.
"At present, when I get the ball, I have a certain lack of confidence in when to pass or when to shoot on goal. This I'm sure is something that will change with the passing of time."
Griezmann added that he is shy, but he has had meals with Messi and Suarez, and he believes their "relationship can only improve over time."
Since joining Barcelona, Griezmann has scored four goals and provided three assists from 16 appearances - two of his goals and one assist came in the side's 5-2 thriller over Real Betis back in August - in that game Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez were ruled out with injuries.
At the weekend, manager Ernesto Valverde replaced Griezmann with Arturo Vidal who went on to score the winning goal in the 79th minute to secure a 2-1 victory.