Pozuelo loving Liberty life

27th October 2013

Alejandro Pozuelo admits he's loving life at Swansea City following his move to south Wales back in the summer. 
The Spaniard's arrival at the Liberty last summer may have snuck under the radar amongst a summer of big-money signings within the Barclays Premier League, but the midfielder has already shown his potential during 14 appearances under Michael Laudrup. 
His biggest impact so far has come in the Europa League, taking just 13 minutes to score on his debut in the 4-0 home victory over Malmo back in August. 
Pozuelo would score twice in his first three appearances as a Swan, and he quickly settled into Laudrup's plans following his switch from Real Betis. 
"Everything is good," he said via a translator. "The first month in the hotel was more difficult for the language, weather and different food. But once I adapted to the weather and I was with the people that I really care about, I felt good. I am very happy here. 
"At the beginning it was very difficult to speak in English because I didn't learn too much when I was in school. But I am working hard and, step by step, I hope to be speaking better English soon as I am having lessons. 
"Angel (Rangel) has helped me a lot. I am very grateful to him - he has been one of the key people that helped me adapt so quickly. 
"For me, I have adapted well to life here thanks to my team-mates and manager. 
"The fans are very warm too - they always make you feel welcome and that has helped me settle here. 
"It was a dream debut for me to go onto the pitch and see all the Swansea fans supporting us." 
Also in Saturday's edition of Jack Magazine, we take a look back at the 1977-78 season in our 'Swansea City Years' feature, and we look back at the day we spent with Chico Flores in our social media takeover.
As well as this, former Swans boss John Hollins recalls that famous FA Cup win over West Ham in 1999 and we bring you the latest winner of our 'Jack of the Month' competition.
Finally, Angel Rangel is put 'Under the Spotlight', while we also bring you news of the latest inductees to the Robbie James Wall of Fame.
There is all this and much, much more so don't forget to get your hands on a copy from around the Liberty Stadium. 

The bumper 76-page magazine is a must for every Swans fan and will be available around the ground, the club shop and online, plus Slee Stores in Plasmarl, Coggers on Wind Street and Browns Newsagent in Landore. 

Jack Magazine . . . it really is too good to miss.