“When I came to England, the fans were good with me,” he said.

“Honestly with me the Middlesbrough fans are so good and it makes me proud.

“I say thank you to them for all their support and for supporting the team as well and I will be trying to work hard and do my best for them to give something back for the love they have given me.”

The Boro winger has been a regular under Tony Pulis so far, and feels he is learning all the time under the tutelage of the new manager. 

He added, “I think I need to work with what the gaffer has to say. For me personally, I try to assist and score as well and to be the best player I can be.

“I need to assist and score as well and this I need to focus along as well with what the gaffer tells me to do.”

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