Ruben Rochina insists he does not regret his move to Blackburn Rovers despite admitting he misses the weather back in Spain.
The striker joined Rovers from Barcelona at the end of the January transfer window and was given time to acclimatise to English football.
He has been involved in Steve Kean's plans at Blackburn this season and scored his first Premier League goal in last month's 1-1 draw at Fulham.
The 20-year-old outlined the differences in footballing styles between the two countries, but stressed he is happy to be at Ewood Park.
"Football here is very different from what I was used to," said Rochina in the Sunday Mirror.
"At Barcelona we had most of the possession and controlled the tempo of the game. Here, we run all the time back and forwards. It's a bit crazier.
"But the weather is what I miss the most. You go out and it's nice and clear. You go into a shop and when you come out, it's raining, it's unbelievable.
"But I don't regret coming. It's a good opportunity for me."