Clinton Njie says he feels at home within the Marseille squad already, following his switch from Tottenham Hotspur.
The former Lyon forward only joined Spurs last summer, but despite a campaign in which he suffered a knee injury which saw him miss a big chunk of the season, the White Hart Lane outfit opted to allow him to move to Marseille.
And Njie is happy with how he has been received by the French giants, following his first outing in his new shirt.
"I feel very good with my new team-mates and I did even before the [friendly] game [against Standard Liege]", Njie told Marseille's official site.
And the Cameroon international is confident he will build up a good understanding with his new team-mates.
"It will come with time", Njie explained.
"We work on linking up together during training and I hope we will [develop an automatic understanding]."
Njie made his unofficial Marseille debut on Friday in a friendly defeat against Standard Liege, the Belgians running out 3-0 winners.
Marseille have an option to keep Njie on a permanent basis if he impresses, with the purchase clause in the loan agreement with Spurs being set at €7m.