Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao has said that he is well settled in England.
The Colombia international has struggled on the pitch largely due to injuries, having managed just one goal in nine Premier League appearances.
But off the pitch, Falcao claims that there is no problem and told Inside United: “I like being in England and enjoy it. It is a new culture and a new language. I want to learn more of this language and I will study so then it will be easier to live here.”
When asked if United feel like home, the 28-year-old explained: "Yes. We do feel very settled here. My family is very happy and, for me, that is the most important aspect.
“They very much feel at home here in Manchester and it was very important that we adapted to the change in country.
“There have been no problems at all. I feel very good and the people around the club and in the city have helped us a great deal.”
Falcao has spoken of enjoying life in England before, and he does genuinely seem happy at United.
The former Atletico Madrid striker is currently on a season-long loan deal from AS Monaco, but he seems to want to remain at United beyond next summer.
Whether that desire of Falcao is fulfilled or not will depend on what he does on the pitch and how many goals he scores this season, but it seems pretty clear that off the pitch he is perfectly settled in Manchester.