Spain U21 international Pablo Fornals has exclaimed that he has not yet found his rhythm and pace in the English Premier League.
West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini awarded Fornals his maiden debut at the weekend against Brighton & Hove Albion where both sides played to a 1-1 draw.
However, the 23-year-old was too be substituted towards the end of the games where Andriy Yarmolenko came on to replace him.
Fornals who was signed from Villarreal in a fee in the region of £24 million spoke in an interview with the club's official website about his current struggles and how he plans on adapting to life in England.
“This is all new for me. It is a new league, a new experience, new stadiums and new rivals. It was a great match, a hard match and I’m happy about my first point in this league.
“It was very hard for me. I need to play more games to really understand the new game and my new team more.
“Many people talked about the characteristics of the Premier League, but you need to live these things to understand this league. It’s so hard, very difficult, and whatever team you play against in this league is very competitive.”
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