Swansea striker Bony still adapting to Premier League football

Swansea City striker Wilfried Bony has admitted he is still adapting to life in the Premier League, Sky Sports has reported, having made the move to the Liberty Stadium from Vitesse Arnhem over the summer.

Bony became Swansea’s record signing upon joining Michael Laudrup’s side but has yet to truly find his stride, he feels, despite scoring four goals in five starts, and claiming five more goals in the Europa League. “I am just adjusting to the best league in the word,” Bony however insisted.

The challenge is to convince people because of the money the club paid for me – it has not been easy but I am getting there,” he added. “The manager trusts me and has a plan to use me to help me find my feet in the league, scoring twice in the league against Stoke City on Saturday was very good.

I want to score every week for the club but I know that is difficult to do but I will try,” Bony promised. “I believe in myself and hope to make my name in the league.

Swansea are currently 13th in the league table following the 3-3 draw with Stoke prior to the international break, and are second – behind Valencia – in Europa League Group A. They host the Spaniards in their next European fixture in late November.

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