The 34-year-old signed for the Blaugrana from Bayern Munich in the off-season and has announced himself in style by netting 13 LaLiga goals in only 12 games. In addition to his success in the domestic league, the Pole also bagged five goals in the UEFA Champions League. Asked about how he has settled into life at Camp Nou, Lewandowski revealed that his team-mates have made things easy for him. "It was very easy to adapt from day one," Lewandowski told La Vanguardia. "My first communication with my new colleagues was very good. I tried to communicate with them both on and off the field. It's a group of players with huge potential but also great people. "I'm in the club I want and when you feel relaxed and happy, everything is easier. "I'm in the right place even though I know the first season won't be easy. But it was a huge challenge for me, sometimes you have to get out of your comfort zone and take on new challenges in life. "I am happy because I am experiencing new things as a footballer and as a human being."
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