Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao is desperate to make his move to the Old Trafford club permanent in the summer, after admitting that his life in England is good, as reported by the Daily Star.
Falcao made the switch to the Red Devils on deadline day, but could only be signed on a temporary loan spell, taking him to the end of the season.
As part of the agreement with AS Monaco, Man Utd agreed that they could sign Falcao at any point in his loan spell for £44 million, having already paid a significant loan fee.
Now the Colombian international is keen to stay.
He has told the press about how he is comfortable in Manchester, and that he gets along well with his teammates.
While he has yet to score on a regular basis, Falcao’s form over the festive period suggests there might be enough to tempt Louis van Gaal into a permanent deal.
He clearly wants to stay, saying: “I’m good.”
“The people have been great with me, with my family. We’re happy and very grateful.
“Right from the start, they [my colleagues] welcomed me.
“They supported me and helped me with whatever I needed.
“They are a really humble group of players, really decent and, well, I was taken aback by how kind they’ve been.”
Falcao is clearly not keen to go back to Monaco either.
“Defenders are stronger and more aggressive. In a good way, you know? It’s intense and, well, overall just more physical.”