Neeskens Kebano believes he has finally adapted to the English game and can bring what he does best to the Fulham squad as they hunt down the play-off places.
The 24-year-old signed from Belgian side Genk in August, having plied his trade in the Belgian First Division since September 2013, having played with Charleroi before signing for Genk in 2015.
After an adjustment period at the club where Kebano got to grips with living in London, he has wowed the Craven Cottage faithful in recent weeks with some stunning displays, winning man of the match during the 3-1 victory over Preston on Saturday .
And now, after adjusting, Kebano is ready to help Fulham push for the play-offs, with the help of the fans.
He said: "I took the time to adapt because I moved from another country, so now I know much more about my team mates and it's a bit easier to play with them so I was waiting for my chance.
"Now I have it I try to do my best to bring what I can bring to the squad.
"It is always a pleasure to hear praise from the opposition journalists, but I'm just focused on my goal with the team, we have the same goal and that is the most important thing for me and the team.
"This month is very important because we have a game each three days so it is the best way to win the maximum points.
"After this month we will know if we are still in the race for the play offs.
"The fans are very important, like against Leeds where we missed some energy they are always there to push us so with their support we know we can be very strong."