Swansea City striker Alberto Paloschi is enjoying life in Swansea and the Premier League.
The Italian signed from Serie A club Chievo Verona for £8 million in January, and has scored one goal in a white shirt in six appearances – that being a clinical strike against Tottenham Hotspur in February.
Speaking to Sky Sports Italia, Paloschi claimed that he’s having fun in the English top-flight.
Premier League football is a bit different to in Italy, it’s less tactical and more about counter attacks followed by more counter-attacks, but I am getting used to it, it’s fun and I hope to do well.
The 26-year-old AC Milan youth academy product has also been speaking about his strong relationship with Swansea head coach, Francesco Guidolin. Paloschi said:
His English is already at a pretty advanced level and when he speaks to the team he makes himself and his concepts understood.
I worked with him at Parma, he knows what I can give and I owe him a great deal as he has given me the opportunity to play in the Premier League.
Paloschi – despite only netting one goal for the Swans so far – has looked quite positive. He displays great enthusiasm and his work rate is very respectable too.
Editor, Declan Terry, wrote about some of these attributes, and insists Paloschi can become a great striker for Swansea. You can read this article here.