The 23-year-old midfielder joined West Ham earlier this week.
The midfielder signed from Sampdoria on a four-year deal earlier this week and supporters are excited about what Obiang can offer the Hammers in the middle of the park. Some have commented that the 23-year-old could form a solid partnership with Cheikhou Kouyate and new coach Slaven Bilic will no doubt look forward to breaking him in (so to speak) at West Ham.
Co-chairman David Gold (after accidentally posting a picture of Angelo Ogbonna when announcing Obiang's signing) also revealed that the midfielder promised to learn the 'Bubbles' song within a month of signing for West Ham.
On Twitter himself, meanwhile, Obiang has said he is 'so excited' to start the next chapter in his career - as a Hammer.
So how will the 23-year-old do in east London? Obiang has represented Spain at Under-17, Under-19 and Under-21 level and spent five years at Sampdoria. The physicality of the Premier League may prove a challenge for him but there's nothing to stop the new West Ham signing from becoming a Diafra Sakho rather than a Mauro Zarate in terms of his strength and fitness (obviously, he plays in a different position but in terms of success!).