Real Madrid new boy Isco believes that he is adapting well to life at the club, thanks to the help of his new team-mates.
The Spain Under-21 international moved to the Bernabeu from Malaga in June, and he is pleased with how the switch has panned out so far.
"My team-mates make it easy for me to adapt," he said after playing a part in Real's first two goals during their 3-1 pre-season win over LA Galaxy on Thursday.
"I try to play football and I am happy with how things are going so far.
"The team is finding its rhythm in matches and in the pre-season and also gaining confidence and good feelings.
"We are getting to know each other better for the start of the league season.
"There is still work to do, but we have just started."
The attacking midfielder has, though, stressed that there can be no let-up as Real continue their preparations ahead of the new campaign, which begins against Real Betis.
"We have to keep training to be ready," he added. "I am very happy about the match (against LA Galaxy) and the win and we have to keep going the way we are."