Fernando Llorente struggled to make an instant goalscoring impact at Swansea City, after his €5.9m move from Sevilla in the summer.
However, the Spaniard scored a brace at the weekend against Crystal Palace, a game his team won 5-4. The 31-year-old has been speaking to Spanish radio programme Onda Cero, and said he’d never experienced a game like that before.
He said: “It was crazy, in my career I had not experienced anything like it, there were all emotions on the pitch.”
Llorente explained he is having a difficult time in adapting in England because the team is also not doing well, but has had help from other Spaniards in the team.
He added: “I was having a hard time adapting to the Premier League, and also the team is not doing things, so I hope the next games we improve and everything goes better.
“The other three Spaniards in the team have also welcomed me really well, because without them I would not know anything.”
Llorente has been making the most of his free time to do some sightseeing and, interestingly visited Oxford University on Monday.
He joked: “I visited the Oxford University, and that has given me the desire to study everything.”
Jokes aside, Llorente would be hoping to make a bigger contribution in the upcoming matches for Swansea, as they enter a very crucial period.