Manchester City youngster Enes Unal has revealed that he is delighted to be scoring again after an impressive start to his NAC Breda loan.
Unal has five goals and two assists in his last four games for the Dutch outfit and a grand total of nine goals in 11 appearances.
The Turkish international striker stated that he has settled in well to life in the Netherlands and that he enjoys living in the city of Breda.
Enes told mcfc.co.uk: “I can say everything is going well for me in the Netherlands up to now – Breda is a beautiful city with good, social people but most importantly of all, I am playing well and scoring goals. This is the most important thing for my happiness.”
Unal also praised the NAC fans for creating a raucous atmosphere in home games and giving him the confidence he needed to find his goal scoring boots.
“In our home games we are playing in a really impressive atmosphere and I really like it. I have a great mutual relationship with the fans – they are passionate and I am towards them too” he added.
The promising striker joined Manchester City on a a £2,000,000 move last summer but was unable to play in England due to lacking the necessary work permit.
Unal joined Belgium side Genk on loan over the summer but left for NAC in January after failing to settle in.