The Spanish midfielder of the West Ham, Pablo Fornals, has recognized that it was difficult for him to adapt to the English Premier during “the first months”, but who already feels fully integrated into a competition where he has been surprised by the “brutal intensity” compared to Spanish football.“The truth is that the first months I enjoyed watching my teammates play, but I did not feel myself. Once I started picking up the pace, I gave several assists and with the change of coach I started scoring a goal and playing well “, Fornals recalled in statements to DAZN collected by Europa Press. Signed last summer by West Ham from Villarreal, the midfielder noted that “the intensity of the game with respect to Spain is brutal”. “I always say it, from minute 60 to 90 a thousand things can happen and in the end it is beautiful,” he stressed, also highlighting the “great difference with respect for the rival fans in almost all stadiums.”“In Spain, when the rival fans travel to another stadium they give it a little corner, but getting to the Chelsea stadium and having your fans have a background is spectacular. In the Liverpool stadium anyway, in the end it is nice because also at the time when you can go celebrate with them and it is impressive, “he explained.In addition, Fornals said he is already “totally” happy in English football. “At the moment when everything changed, in which soccer began to give me, it was spectacular“he finished.