By Adeboye Amosu: Nigerian international Ahmed Musa has admitted that he is getting used to life at his new club Leicester City while also stating that he is surprised by the intensity of the pre-season training.
The Super Eagles forward recently ended his four-year stay with Russian side CSKA by joining the Foxes on a club record £16.5 deal.
Musa said he is not surprised Leicester City won the title last season going by what he has seen so far in training.
"When I started my first session I was thinking 'wow'. I have never seen that in Russia – but now I am getting used to it," the former VVV Venlo player told the Daily Express.
"Here it is a little bit harder; in Russia they are more laid back. That is the most difficult thing but that is the secret of Leicester's success.
"Everyone is focused and everyone is happy with each other. That's the biggest secret – if you are all happy with each other you can achieve a lot."
Musa scored 13 goals in 30 appearances for CSKA in the Russian Premier League last season.