Swansea City's Pablo Hernandez: There's more to come
PABLO Hernandez hopes there is much more to come from him after his first Premier League goal helped Swansea City to victory over Wigan.
Swansea's £5.55 million record signing has had a fairly quiet start in English football, but that all changed when he fired his team in front against the Latics.
And Hernandez admits he is really starting to enjoy life in SA1.
"I'm loving the Premier League," said the Spanish international.
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"After a few years playing in La Liga it's a different type of football, with more tempo and passion in the stands. But the fact Swansea trust me as a player was the main reason for joining the club.
"In return, I will try to play my best football on the pitch.
"I'm delighted to score my first Swansea goal.
"It was only my third start of the season, but the goal helped the team win three important points.
"I hope this goal will help me for the following games to get more confidence and become a regular in the team.
"I'm still settling at the club, but I will work hard to keep my place."
Hernandez hopes for another chance to impress when Swansea go to Manchester City this weekend, and he is a player who has featured in a number of big fixtures.
"At Valencia I played against some big teams in La Liga and in Europe — we drew at Manchester United — so I have good experience of big games," he added.
"But, like I said, if we show the right mentality then we can get something from these games and add to our points tally."
Meanwhile, an allocation of 1,666 tickets for Swansea's trip to Newcastle United on November 17 is now on sale.
For details of who can buy when, visit the club website.
Tickets for Saturday's visit to Manchester City (5.30pm) are now on general sale online, at the Liberty Stadium ticket office or via the ticketline.
Tickets for the Capital One Cup fourth-round tie at Liverpool on Wednesday, October 31 (8pm) are also on general sale, as are tickets for the home game with Chelsea on November 3.