OLIVIER NTCHAM declared himself “satisfied” after his competitive debut in Celtic’s four-goal rout of Linfield last night.
The £4.5million French midfielder insisted there is more to come once he gets settled into the club.
Ntcham said: “It was my first competitive game and we won 4-0, so I am happy.
“I am not yet 100 per cent fit, but I am getting better every day. Every game will help me.
“I’ve settled in well here. The squad is training together every day, so it is easy for me to get to know them and them to get to know me.
“It was a good atmosphere inside the stadium. For me, it was maybe the first time I have seen a lot of people like that, because it wasn’t like this in Italy.
“I enjoy the way this team plays. I already played this way when I worked under Patrick Vieira at Manchester City. I know this style of football.
“The way the manager here wants to play is very similar to what I experienced at City in terms of the system and style.”