Watford's full back Kiko Femenia is happy with life in England, despite having a few injury problems and needing to settle into a new position.
Femenia has spent the past two months out with injury, and he will be hoping that he can make an impact with the team for the rest of the season.
His first start since December saw him play right wing at Arsenal, a position he has never played before.
"It was not good being in the stands and you always want to be on the pitch helping the team. That was not happening, but now I am back I feel good," Femenia said to the Watford Observer.
"Wherever I play I will try to do my best and wherever the manager tells me to play, I will always be there to do the best job possible.
"We enjoy changing roles, he [Daryl Janmaat] can go forward and so can I. This is something where there is not a problem for us."
Femenia also praised his new manager.
"For me, it is even easier to understand him [speaks same language as new manager Javi Gracia] and we are very happy to work with him," he said.
"He is a very good manager and hopefully we are getting all his ideas in order to end up having a great season."