Watford's Brazilian midfielder Douglas Rinaldi is planning on a long-term stay in England.
The 23-year-old arrived at Vicarage Road on transfer deadline day on loan from Veranopolis.
The South American is yet to make a first-team appearance, but he was on the bench for FA Cup quarter-final win at Plymouth and looks set to make an impact on Adrian Boothroyd's side before the season comes to an end.
Speaking exclusively to skysports.com, Rinaldi admitted he was pleased with how things had gone during his time in England so far.
"I am enjoying it," he told skysports.com.
"It's very different to football in Brazil, but I am coming to terms with the game here now.
"It has only been two months, it takes time to adapt as it is a very quick and strong game in England.
"But I am really enjoying it, especially the passion there is for the game in this country."
Rinaldi is hopeful he will be staying at Watford beyond the end of this season.
"I certainly want to stay with Watford and earn a longer contract," he continued.
"It was always one of my dreams to play outside Brazil in a different country and I like it here in England."