Speaking to Montpellier’s local newspaper Midi Libre, Frenchman and Newcastle attacking midfielder Remy Cabella talked about the first 6 months of his new life in the Premier League.
He had the following to say:
“I am enjoying myself. Each game is intense from the first until the last minute. Me who arrived from Montpellier, I need some time to adapt. I have lived through several months that were a little difficult both on the bench and on the pitch. I am discovering a new league and new players. I feel much better, I am playing my game as I feel it.”
“I don’t regret the decision at all. The decision, which I made, I take responsibility for and do not regret. We learn when we are put in difficult situation. It is not because I am not playing or only little that I should say to myself: “Ok, now I am leaving.” That is too easy. At Montpellier, I rose steadily. When I became a “pro” for the first time it was difficult. It took my 2 or 3 years to feel good. Here, I arrive with new players, we need to recreate something here.”
“In order for me to be at the Euros, I need to be starting and performing for my club. I came here for that reason, to know something else. The day that I complete my gaps, I will be better and I will return to the national team.”