Emre Can has admitted he has been surprised with how many fans Liverpool have around the world.
“It’s incredible how big the club is. I saw that in pre-season in America, when I realised there’s an unbelievable number of Liverpool fans all over the world,” Can said.
“My team-mates have made it easy for me.
“They’ve made me feel at home and Liverpool’s a great place. The fans in Liverpool are brilliant and I’ve settled in well. The team is like a family and the club’s great. You can see that straight away and I feel at home.”
Can also revealed that he hopes learning English will help him settle in quicker.
“My English is much better now. I did know a bit of English beforehand, but I’m not fluent. I’m having quite a few English lessons each week and it’s getting better,” Can said.
“There are a lot of foreign players here from Spain and elsewhere and that’s made it easier for me.”
Can joined the Reds from Bayer Leverkusen for £9.75million this summer but injuries have restricted the 20-year-old to just two appearances.
The Liverpool midfielder has nearly returned from his ankle injury and is expected to return to full fitness after the international break.