Faurlin has looked very much at home in the Premier League, passing intelligently in a holding role in midfield and getting forward to good effect too. It is a big leap for someone who was playing at such a lower level so recently.
He told the Daily Mail: "Two years ago I was playing in the second division in Argentina and now I’m playing in the Premier League – the best league in the world. I’ve got to enjoy it as much as possible.
"Yes I have dreams but now it’s about making sure I’m in the starting XI so I can get more experienced in the Premier League. Football’s crazy – you never know what is going to happen to you next.
And Faurlin partly puts his good form down to finally getting a grip with the language.
"I wouldn’t want to be put in front of a camera quite yet but I can talk to people. Neil’s accent was really difficult for me to understand at first but now I can more or less understand all my team-mates."