Everton forward Magaye Gueye has declared himself happy with his first season at the club.
Gueye joined Everton from Strasbourg last summer and after a difficult start to his career in England he broke into the first-team at the back end of last term.
The France Under-21 international admits he struggled with the language barrier when he first arrived, but he is now settled on Merseyside.
"It was difficult at first. When I first came here I was a little homesick," Gueye told the club's offical website.
"I did not know many people, did not understand the language and did not know my way around.
"My English has really improved, Sylvain [Distin] and Louis [Saha] have helped me a lot and practice with me, also Seamus [Coleman] and Bily [Diniyar Bilyaletdinov] as we live in the same building. My girlfriend speaks very good English too and she helps me a lot.
"It has helped me settle. I like Liverpool and feel good here. The people are nice and I feel happy and confident living in the city. "
Gueye has been content with how he has performed when he has been given a chance by David Moyes.
"My first game was against Aston Villa, I think I did quite well for the 20 minutes I was on the pitch and we got a draw," added Gueye.
"After that I played at Wolverhampton and in that game I was so tired. I wasn't sure why but I had very little energy. I had a chance to score but it didn't happen.
"Hopefully I will score my first goal soon. My last game was against Blackburn and I had some good moments in that game too. I thought I played better."