Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga is one of the newest faces in England but his performance has made it that his name has been called on several occasions which is already sounding like an old one in the Premier League.
The Spanish keeper cannot but speak of his new life at the West London club and the Premier League in general.
Kepa joined the Stamford Bridge club for the fee of about £72 million from Athletic Bilbao, making him one of the most expensive goalkeepers in the league.
He has contributed to why Chelsea have been unbeaten this season having kept 6 clean sheets in 10 games with fantastic saves.
According to him, the English league is very much different to the Spanish La Liga in style and pattern and that makes life look different to him.
The goalie has expressed delight with progress in the league as well as how far he has adapted to what is needed to be a good keeper in England.
He already wishes to stay a longer year in the Premier League as he grows in confidence and also knowledge of the game.
Kepa’s challenge in England continues after the international break when his side host Manchester United at the Stamford Bridge.