Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck has revealed he is enjoying his time at the Emirates Stadium, following his move from Manchester United on transfer deadline day.
United manager Louis van Gaal agreed to part with the English international for £16m in the summer, saying he was not good enough to compete with Radamel Falcao, Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney for an attacking place in his line-up.
But Welbeck has since made a great impact at the north London, taking advantage of Olivier Giroud's injury to establish himself as the Arsenal's number nine.
The England international opened his Premier League account for Arsenal against Aston Villa, while he scored his first career hat-trick for the club during their 4-1 Champions League victory over Galatasaray.
Having played at Manchester United from the age of eight, Welbeck has admitted he has experienced a big change in London but said he was happy with the new challenge.
"It's a bit different in London, because obviously I was born and bred in Manchester so that's a place I know like the back of my hand," he said, according to Arsenal's official website.
"I went to school there and you really get to know the city. Manchester is much smaller so you know a lot of people in the vicinity.
"Growing up there, we played lots of different schools and you'd see people you knew in town all the time. I used to get two buses to school and you'd see more or less everyone in the city centre, so I kind of knew everyone around my age group.
Nevertheless, Welbeck revealed he has quickly adapted to the London's busy life and is looking forward to the future in the capital.
"There were a lot of people in Manchester that I was connected to so it is a bit different coming to London and not knowing as many people. But I have got friends down here and my cousin has been working here for a few years now," he said.
"It is a change for me but something I'm really looking forward to - starting a new adventure."