Alex Iwobi feels like he has a ‘new home’ at Everton after Deadline Day move

Alex Iwobi feels like he has discovered a”new house” in Everton after his Deadline Day movement and discuses how he has accommodated Merseyside.
The made a move to Goodison Park a month, leaving Arsenal – in which he has played since age eight – to unite Everton for a #35m charge.
The international says he has settled in nicely to his new surroundings, but doesn’t think there’s a lot of difference between Liverpool and London.
He advised Soccer Saturday:”It’s so far, so good, I feel as though I have a new home and I am really comfortable here.
“I got several phone calls [about the bargain ] and talked to my agent – it took about a day of talking to the supervisor and speaking to Marcel Brands. It was not really hard and I got positive.
“I was very comfortable [in Arsenal] and I was on holiday so I didn’t think of any movement. I thought about if this could be a better chance for me to improve myself as a participant and got the call. I thought this was a major opportunity and it should not turn down. I’ve got no regrets about this choice.
“The fantasy which Marco Silva has also persuaded me to come – the drive, what he would like to achieve and the way he saw me in his aims, I feel as though I’m able to help him achieve that. In training, he demanding attempting to get the most and it is good for the group.
“I have not noticed much of a difference [between Liverpool and London] however, what that I struggle with is the accent . If Duncan [Ferguson] was talking to me at first, I needed to hear and participate and I wasn’t sure so I simply agreed, what he’d said. Aside from that, it’s almost the same as being at London although it’s adapting to that.
“So far, I’ve been treated really well. It is a family club and everyone treats you like family. Despite the fact that it’s different to Arsenal, I’m enjoying it.”
Iwobi has scored double and has made three appearances for Everton much – both headers. The 23-year-old admits that it is not his way of discovering the internet, but is pleased to get off the mark because of his new club.
“To score against Lincoln and dent against squirrels along with my mind, which is somewhat different, it is an excellent feeling and there is more to come,” he added.
“I just formally had just one header for Arsenal two per week isn’t bad. We had a couple of drills using completing and crossing and my heading wasn’t the greatest – I had a few that went . So to score 2 for me, they laughed at me saying’wow’. But as long as it belongs, it does not matter, that’s what I told them.
“Wherever I go, I will always do my best to get the club and Everton would be the club I’m representing. I’m at home and I’ll always need to reveal that I feel like a Evertonian now.”
Up for Everton is a trip to Bournemouth – live on Sky Sports – however Iwobi knows it will not be a simple match on the south coast.
He said:”It is another game and another significant chance to get three things. It is not likely to be simple, Bournemouth have got great players as well but we’ll compete and try and find a result.”
Bournemouth vs Everton is live on Super Sunday from 1pm 2pm. Sky Sports customers can watch clips from the live game site about app and the Sky Sports website. Highlights will also be printed on the Sky Sports platforms along with the Sky Sports Football YouTube station after the last whistle.

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