West Brom manager Tony Mowbray has sung the praises of striker Juan Carlos Menseguez saying he is beginning to adapt to the English game.
The Argentine scored against Sunderland on the weekend and Mowbray was pleased to see him perform well.
"Juan Carlos scored a great goal. He is a boy who has taken time to adapt to the English game. He came from the top division in Argentina, having scored plenty of goals over there," said Mowbray.
"He deserved a chance against Sunderland on Saturday and, when he went on, he looked good.
"He has got great feet, is very hard to shake off the ball, and I think he can give teams problems.
"He is a very talented individual. It was a question of whether he could adapt in time to the speed and physicality of The Premier League - but he has the quality.
"He has been very patient and I thought his game, when he went on, was just right for us and what we needed."