Ghanaian striker Benjamin Tetteh says he is getting used to English football.
Tetteh provided two assists on Saturday as his club Hull City lost by five goals to two to West Brom and he maintains he is becoming abreast with the rudiments of the game in England.
“I think it’s been a positive start, we just lost today,” he told HullLive. “We have to keep our heads high, it happens in football. We have a lot of games ahead so we just have to keep our heads held high.”
”It is difficult,” he added. “But before I came here I spoke to a few fans. They told me how it is here, so I think (I was) already mentally prepared.
“It is difficult, but I think I’m trying my best to get used to it. I’ve not played in any league that has a high intensity like this. I’m trying to get used to it. Everyone is just running for 90 minutes.”
Tetteh joined the “Tigers” from Turkish outfit Yeni Malatyaspor this summer and has played in all the club’s five league games this season.