Alavés' new recruit Enzo Zidane says he is settling in well at the club and that he was accepted as one of the squad "right from the moment I arrived" and added that that the group is "very united".
Enzo Zidane adapting to life in Vitoria-Gasteiz
Zinedine Zidane's eldest son spoke today during a break the Albiazules summer stage in Algorfa, Alicante. "My team mates have taken me under their wing since the day I arrived and so I'm very happy - it's great to belong to this group. I have been adapting little by little and learning a lot, because the professionals can help me in many ways".
Enzo added that he connected with coach Luis Zubeldía in no time: "He's a great person and he is very approachable and close to the players. He has very clear ideas about what he wants and he likes to talk and explain things well," he continued. "I'm also pleased with how training is going - we have double sessions most days and we are working very hard, it's tough".
Alavés fans are amazing, says Enzo Zidane
The 22-year-old cannot wait for to make his home debut at Mendizorroza to "give the fans what they deserve". As for the 10,000-strong crowd at Alavés' official team presentation, he explained: "I didn't really expect such brilliant fans - the amount of people who showed up for the team's presentation really came as a surprise because it shows how much the fans support us. That's why we want to give the best of ourselves for them".