Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi says he needs to work on changing his game in order to adapt to the physicality of the English Premier League.
The Belgium international has been in impressive form for the Blues as he scored one against Watford and two against Bristol Rovers in the last seven days.
He is expected to start tomorrow's game against Burnley on the bench but will be involved in the second half of the game.
"They told me it was a very physical league, and it was one that was very competitive, where you could win and lose," he told Sky Sports News HQ.
"I need to work at that, adapting my style of football to the style here. In the teams I've been at, I've been really well received.
"Here I've had a good reception but I think there's a lot of listening involved, you really do have to listen.
"There's a lot of big players and that's the difference from when I was in Marseille, and I have to try and learn from them.
"I'm going to continue to work, to continue to play to the best of my ability, whether I'm on the pitch for one, two or five minutes, I'm going to give it my all, my maximum to contribute significantly.
"As you know, the more us strikers score, the more confidence we get. I feel more confident now."