Norwich striker Kei Kamara has said his Premier League debut at the weekend has created great interest in his home country of Sierra Leone. The 28-year-old, on loan from Major League Soccer side Kansas City, came off the bench in a draw against Fulham.
"They say all the cinemas were full. I don't even know what it would have been like out there," the forward told BBC Radio Norfolk.
"There's going to be a bunch of yellow shirts out there with my name on it."
"After the move became official, for Norwich's last game against QPR everybody was in the cinemas thinking I was playing," he added after playing the last five minutes against Fulham at the weekend.
"It's a good thing my phone doesn't work right now because if it did I would be having so many phone calls.
"I represent my country wherever I go but being here now - it's the talk of the town.
"If I do well people might recognise where I'm from, maybe they will Google Sierra Leone a little bit more.
"When I go to the national team, everybody always asks, 'when are you going to England?' because it's basically the only game that's screened all around the world."