Watford summer signing Ken Sema admits adapting to Premier League football has been tough but he is confident he will improve. Sema joined the Hornets during the summer from Ostersunds FK and so far he has managed three league appearances as a substitute, with one start coming in the Carabao Cup.
The 24-year-old Sweden international says the transition has not been easy but he is convinced he can be a success in the Premier League.
“It hurts, it does,” he told the Watford Observer. “You are not really used to it. When I played in Sweden, I had so much. I felt very powerful, fast and physical.
“When I came to the Premier League, I’m in the crowd and I see it as a fan. The Premier League is fast and is always played at 100 per cent in everything you do.
“It is fun, I’m ready for it. I’ve been fighting for a long time to come here.”