REMY Cabella has admitted the start to his Newcastle United career has been “difficult” – but he has no regrets about making the move to Tyneside.
Cabella has struggled for consistency since joining from Montpellier last summer, and has failed to hold down a regular starting place.
However, the Frenchman insists he is enjoying his time at Newcastle, and is confident he will soon be fully adapted to his new surroundings.
He told Montpellier newspaper Midi Libre: “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.”
He added: “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, new 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 me two or three years to feel good. Here, I arrive with new players, we need to recreate something here.”