Ex-Barca boy is happy in his new camp
IT may not be the Nou Camp but for Giovani Dos Santos Ipswich is already home from home.
IT may not be the Nou Camp but for Giovanni Dos Santos Ipswich is already home from home.
The Mexican international is nailed on to start against Watford on Saturday after scoring in his home debut against Burnley and feel she is already adapting to championship football.
Dos Santos said: “I really enjoyed playing at Portman Road. It was a bit different from Barcelona but it's still a very good stadium and a very good club.
“The pace of the game was quick, which is normal for the English game.
“You have to think before you get the ball.
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“I was very happy with my home debut and especially to score a goal. I really enjoyed it.
“There was a very good atmosphere in the ground and the fans were amazing to me.
“I feel very happy to be at this club.”
The former Barca striker on loan with Ipswich from Spurs until the end of the season admits he could have done better with at least two other opportunities but is confident Blues fans will see more good things from him.
He said: “I hope to get better and better.
“In the first half it was very tight in the middle but then in the second half, when I was out on the right, I had more space and chances.
“The early chance was one of those things.
“I thought the goalkeeper was going to dive at my feet.
“Even so it was a very good game between two good teams.
“It was a good point for us, but now we need to win against Watford on Saturday.”