It’s been less than two months since Alexandre Lacazette officialy joined Arsenal, and he seems pretty satisfied with the choice he made.

Signed in a club record transfer from Lyon this summer, the Frenchman has eight appearances for the Gunners this season, having scored four Premier League goals.

Before facing Brighton & Hove Albion this weekend, Lacazette spoke to the Brazilian press about these first months at Arsenal, and gave a few reasons why he feels at home already.

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Regarding the relationship with the fans, and the chants they have for him, the 26-year-old told ESPN Brasil: “I’m happy. They put confidence in me and are aware of my quality.

“It also creates a bit of pressure because the confidence is very big. It pleases me, because it’s part of my day-to-day and motivates me for the future.”

Asked about the difference between French and English football, the striker claimed that some teammates were able to make it easier for him to adapt.

“The game is different. After I got here it wasn’t very difficult because there are many Frenchmen who help me. But the truth is that the Premier League is very different from Ligue 1.”

On why he chose to move to the North London side, he claims that Arsene Wenger had a big part on it: “The stability. The manager has been in charge for 20 years. The majority of the players have been here for a long time. The manager doesn’t need to change the team every season. The style of the game is collective. I love the way the team plays.”