Sebastien Haller admits the Premier League is not easy to adapt to despite scoring again in West Ham’s 2-0 win over Norwich on Saturday.
The £45m club-record signing scored his third goal in two games as Manuel Pellegrini’s side registered back-to-back wins in an impressive home performance.
Andriy Yarmolenko also scored his first goal since returning from a long-term injury layoff to seal the win at the London Stadium for the Hammers, who move up to fifth in the table.
Haller stood out once again and has impressed in English football since moving from Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt in the summer.
The French forward admits scoring important as he continues to adapt to the physically demands of the Premier League.
“I’m a striker and it’s really important to get confidence and score goals,” the striker said after the match.
“The Premier League is not easy, it is quite tough and intense.
“I try and adapt and do everything to get good information. It is really good for our confidence going into the international break with a win.”
— Football Faithful (@FootyFaithful_) August 30, 2019