Fulham striker Moussa Dembele is hoping to show the Craven Cottage faithful his full ability next season after taking time to settle in West London.
The former AZ Alkmaar forward moved to the club for £5 million from the Eredivisie last summer, with Mark Hughes splashing the cash on the Belgian international.
Despite the former Manchester City manager's exit from the club this summer, Dembele is confident he 'can do much better' for the club under Martin Jol, and feels he has adapted to the pace of the Barclays Premier League in-time for the new campaign.
"When a player arrives in England, from the very start people ask questions. Can they compete in this league? Will the play be too physical? Can he impose himself on matches? Ten months on I'm in a position where I can answer those questions," said the 23-year-old.
"Yes I can. I have always had confidence in the way that I play and I knew from the very start that I could cope.
"It has been a real challenge, I cannot deny that. But I think I will become a much better player for the experience."
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