German striker Robert Glatzel says Cardiff City is like a “second home” now following his move from Bundesliga Two club Heidenheim in July 2019.
The 26-year-old broke his goal drought to score his first of the campaign in the Bluebirds’ 3-0 win against Huddersfield on Tuesday evening.
Despite the lack of form, Glatzel says he loves being in Cardiff and has adjusted to the different culture.
“I love the team and I love the city,” said Glatzel.
“It’s almost like my second home. It has already been such a great experience for me, I just hope that I can give back more on the field.
“I’m not 100% happy with how everything has worked out until now, but I’m not giving up.”
Despite feeling settled in the Welsh capital, Glatzel admitted it is “not easy