Abdul Razak has told Doncaster’s fans ‘you will enjoy watching me’.
The 22-year-old midfielder is line to feature against Yeovil Town tomorrow following his protracted move from OFI Crete.
Razak might have to wait a little longer for his first start with Paul Dickov likely to keep faith with the side that ran riot at Crawley on Tuesday night.
But the former Manchester City academy graduate says he will be worth waiting for.
“I don’t want to say what I can do. I let my football do the talking,” said Razak, when asked about the type of player he is.
“It’s normal when you have a player that’s signed for a new club, the fans want to see how good he is.
“The fans will enjoy watching me, that’s for sure. I can say that.
“Hopefully I can improve my game as well while I am here. I’m ready to play now. I’ve waited long enough.”
Razak admits he is pleased to be back in England following spells in Europe with Anzhi and Crete - and has been struck by the unity and camaraderie of the Doncaster squad.
“Everybody wants to win here - and they want to work hard,” he said.
“The manager works hard for the team on the training pitch. That’s the kind of place you want to be.
“You don’t want to be in a team where after one week you’re depressed and thinking ‘what I am doing here?’.
“I’ve been here for more than three weeks now and I’ve enjoyed it so far. I feel happy to be back in England.
“The boys are together here,” he added.
“I like that and I’ve missed it when I’ve been playing in Europe.
“I’ve been to Russia and Greece and I didn’t see many jokes between the lads.
“Even when I was at Manchester City it was not like how the boys are having fun here. It’s something I like.”