Liverpool new boy Fabio Borini has had no problem setting at Anfield according to his agent, reports Sky Sports.
Borini became Brendan Rodgers first signing as Liverpool boss this summer, signing from Roma for a fee of £10 million.
The 21-year-old has already played six times for his new club, but has managed just the one goal in a Europa League qualifier.
Following Liverpool’s failings to replace Andy Carroll on deadline day, Borini finds himself one of just two senior strikers at Anfield alongside Luis Suarez, but the young Italian has not let the pressure affect him.
Agent Marco De Marchi told romanews.eu: “Fabio settled immediately.
“He has already been in England and he already knows the Premier League’s atmosphere and environment.
“He spent an extraordinary season with Roma but when he got Liverpool’s offer there were several assessments with the club and at the end Fabio decided to accept to go.
“The presence of Brendan Rodgers on the bench surely had an influence.”
Rodgers worked with Borini during his successful promotion campaign with Swansea, with the Italian scoring 6 goals during a loan spell that helped secure Swansea’s top flight status.