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ENOCK Mwepu says he is already feeling at home at Brighton Hove and Albion where he signed a four-year deal from Austrian giants Red Bull Salzburg.

Speaking after his first training session with the English Premier League outfit, the former Kafue Celtics player said he is happy with the way his coaches and teammates have welcomed him at his new club. Nicknamed the Computer, Mwepu said he was impressed with the quality of the game at Brighton where he has made friends like Danny Welbeck and South Africa’s Percy Tau who have been very welcoming.

“It’s a pleasure to be here. I’m excited, I’m happy to be here and I feel at home.  Already my team mates have welcomed me very well and the coaches,” Mwepu told Brighton’s media.

“They are so friendly and nice they are speaking to me which gives me the energy to be around them so I’m really delighted about that,” he said

Mwepu who noted that discipline and hard work has been key for him to reach where he is, said his target is to continue working hard to reach his full potential

He moved to the Premier League side from Red Bull Salzburg and became the first signing for manager Graham Potter this window, after agreeing to a four-year contract ahead of the 2021/22 Premier League campaign.

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