Liverpool summer signing Alberto Moreno says he is "extremely happy" at Anfield even though the Merseysiders have struggled since the start of the campaign.
The Spaniard joined Brendan Rodger's side this summer after Liverpool agreed to pay around £12m to Sevilla to secure his services.
Moreno has quickly established in the manager's first-choice line-up, starting all but one of Liverpool's Premier League games since his debut against Manchester City. He even scored a fantastic solo goal during the 3-0 victory over Tottenham earlier in the season.
"To be totally honest, I am extremely happy here. I'm overjoyed with how things are going," Moreno told the Liverpool official website.
"It has really flown by. I think that's important for a player -- the months passing by quickly -- as it means that things are going well. You are playing regularly and performing quite well. I really hope that I can stay here for a long time."
The Spaniard admits he still needs to improve his English to complete his adaptation but the number of Spanish speakers in the squad -- such as Jose Enrique, Suso and Javier Manquillo -- are helping him into the process.
"I think the language has been the thing I've struggled with the most. After that, my mum and dad are over here with me and so the days take care of themselves," Moreno said.
"Then I'm lucky enough to have my fellow Spaniards Jose Enrique, Suso and Javier Manquillo in the dressing room. When we leave Melwood we always arrange to meet up to have some lunch or a few games of FIFA, so our days are filled with stuff to do.
"Everything is great here at Melwood, the facilities, my teammates, the manager -- everything. I really couldn't be happier here."
Meanwhile, the Spaniard has also been impressed by the Liverpool supporters and hopes the team can repay them on the pitch in the coming games and put behind the team's difficult start. The Merseysiders currently sit in 11th place.
"For me, these supporters are one of the few sets of fans -- in fact the best -- at really supporting and getting behind their team that I have seen at a football ground," he told Liverpoolfc.com.
"It's amazing and my hairs really stand on end every time I hear them cheering us on. I especially love the fact that, in spite of these defeats we've had of late, they are always there for us.
"I don't think they'll ever let us down. That's why we really have to turn things around, for the supporters that we have, always driving us on. We have to do it for them."