Thomas Mayer believes his performances will only improve as he grows more accustomed to English football.
The 25-year-old joined Hull City in September following spells with several clubs in his native Austria.
He has made five appearances for the Tigers so far – four as a substitute – and provided an assist on his home debut in the win over Crewe.
The forward admits the style of play in League One is different to what he is used to, but is confident he can adapt and help the team with goals and assists.
“There’s a huge difference to Austrian football,” said Mayer. “The physical side and the fitness are more than in Austria.
“I trust myself and I will learn from my teammates; they will help me all day.
“I hope I can have a good time here and I think I can get used to it. For the first time, it’s a little bit harder. But maybe in two, three weeks, it will be better than now.
“The team and staff are very friendly and they are helping me get used to English football.
“I think I’ve had a good start and hopefully it gets better and better. I will try my best to make the fans happy.
“I am a player who will make assists and goals, and hopefully I will help the team with my power and my dribbling.”