The lively French winger has arrived at the Club from Marseille, where his goals tally hit double figures in 2015-16.
In all, he netted 10 times in 41 appearances during a campaign in which, as L’Equipe journalist Damien Degorre put it when he gave us the inside track on our new recruit this week, the 21-year-old “became more efficient and more important in the game.”
Asked about his goalscoring record and how he hopes to transfer that onto the English football scene, ‘GK’ said: “Scoring 10 goals isn't too bad for a player in my position and hopefully I will score more this year – it will happen as time goes by.”
He continued: “I did score quite a few goals last season but scoring goals myself or assisting my team-mates is the same for me.
“When I enter the pitch I just want to play well, put on a good performance, listen to what people can teach me and show my strengths within the team in order to get better.”
Another part of GK’s game that won him a lot of admirers last season was his pace.
“I was born that way – I’ve always had my explosiveness and speed,” he explained. “I’ve kept these qualities and I can’t wait to show them on the pitch. I don’t know how I got them but I intend to use them as best I can!”
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