IPSWICH, ENGLAND - JULY 28: Felipe Anderson of West Ham United celebrates scoring the opening goal of the match during the pre-season friendly match between Ipswich Town and West Ham United at Portman Road on July 28, 2018 in Ipswich, England. (Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images)
IPSWICH, ENGLAND - JULY 28: Felipe Anderson of West Ham United celebrates scoring the opening goal of the match during the pre-season friendly match between Ipswich Town and West Ham United at Portman Road on July 28, 2018 in Ipswich, England. (Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images)

The West Ham United new signing has admitted that the club’s new signings need to adapt quickly to justify the investment

West Ham United was one of the teams with most transfers during the summer window in the English Premier League.

The team also made a record deal with a £36 million buy from Italian side Lazio for Felipe Anderson.

And after the team fell 4-0 against Liverpool on Sunday, the Brazilian things his teammates and himself have to justify the club’s spending.

“We have very good expectations for the season, this team wants to play beautiful football and, with a bit more time, all the new signings are going to adapt”, he told the team’s official website as reported by Inside Football.

“The club made a big investment and now what we need to do is to work to make things go well.”

“I always wanted to play in the Premier League. It’s a league in which teams like to have the ball and are constantly attacking,” he said.

“Thank God now I have the chance to be here, so I’m working hard to adapt as quickly as possible and give my best effort”.