And Walcott, who has faced the Bosnia global in training throughout the close season, explained how the "tough unit" would not need too much time to acclimatise himself to the physical aspects of English football. "This league is the best and I think he could be one of the best in the league". He's one tough unit to get past and I'm sure his physical attributes are going to be key to us this season.
"He is an intelligent player who can integrate our game well as we have a game backed on mobility, technique".
"Sead looks an absolute tank". When you give him time and space on the ball, he's got quality and he showed that. He's a great addition to the squad. I see him in the gym everyday.
"We know what we want to do this season". We had a good end to last season and we are getting used to a new system. "If he can maintain that record that would be ideal for us - as a game is 90 minutes that would guarantee you a goal".
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"I take them with a pinch of salt but, like I said, today's disappointing, we prepared more for this and felt we'd recharged the batteries in terms of what we'd done in China and Singapore and we were ready for the game, but fell short".