Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan was satisfied after today's 2-0 friendly match win against Wigan Athletic.
The Armenia international was playing his first ever game for the Red Devils and enjoyed a very positive first half before being taken off by manager Jose Mourinho.
"I would say it was a good game," he told MUTV.
"The first half was a little bit difficult because we couldn't score a goal. But whatever, we made a good game and thank you to my team-mates. I was trying to feel comfortable. I think day by day it will be better.
"I am trying [to settle down], because the first days are always very difficult.
"You have to get to know your team-mates and their qualities, so I am trying to learn everything very quickly. Game by game it will be better and better. Of course we're getting ready for the new season so we are trying to do everything the coach is asking from us."