It has been reported that Radamel Falcao feels everything is up for grabs for Manchester United.
The Colombian international striker came on in the second half against Queens Park Rangers and doesn’t think that mastering the new environment of Premier League football will be a problem.
“It’s a massive challenge but I’ve played in four different countries and I have always been able to adapt,” he says.
“The pace of the Premier League doesn’t concern me, I will adapt.
“I have my own expectations. I don’t feel under pressure. I have confidence in my ability and confidence to score goals.”
That doesn’t mean he will be necessarily calm beneath the confident exterior as he makes his way out on to the pitch with the famous No 9 shirt on his back.
“I feel like a child,” he said, before Sunday’s 4-0 win over QPR. “I’m excited. There is something special about pulling on the famous shirt for the first time. I rarely suffer from nerves but it will be a fantastic feeling walking out in front of those supporters for the first time.”