Spase Dilevski says the settling in process is becoming easier with every day that goes by.
The Australian youth international arrived at the club at the end of August via the Olympics in Athens after spells at PSV in Holland and RW Essen in Germany.
He featured as a substitute in the reserve encounter with Crystal Palace last week before making his first start against Norwich in the 2-0 victory on Monday.
He reports that he is beginning to feel at home in his new surroundings and is now hoping to prove himself on the pitch.
"It is getting much easier with each day that goes by and I get to know more people. If it keeps progressing I could be doing well.
"I want to get into the starting line-up, play 90 minutes a few times and show what I can do. I'll just wait for my opportunity but, until then, I will keep trying to do well - it is a step by step thing."
The weather appears to have taken a turn for the worse since Spase began his playing career, but the Aussie is taking little notice.
"You have adjust it but I'm here for the football not the weather."