The Paraguay worldwide might begin towards Wolves on Monday night time after his £21million swap to Tyneside
Miguel Almiron insists he is not going to crumble beneath the stress of being Newcastle’s report signing as he prepares for his first style of Premier League soccer.
The Paraguay worldwide, 24, accomplished a £21million switch from Major League Soccer side Atlanta United on deadline day.
He might make his debut at Wolves on Monday night – a match you possibly can take heed to live on talkSPORT – and is relishing the chance to indicate what he can do.
“I attempt not to consider the stress or take note of it,” he stated.
“As gamers of this membership, Newcastle United, which has a lot historical past, that’s stress in itself by way of eager to do nicely.
“We all know what the followers demand of us, nevertheless it doesn’t concern me overly. I’m simply going to deal with taking part in.
“It’s always been a dream of mine to come across in play and Europe and in the Premier League, I’ve had that in mind since the early days of my career.
“I feel I’m representing my country here, I’m proud of that, and I hope to give a good account of myself and of my country.”
Newcastle pursued Almiron doggedly throughout the January window and finally made their breakthrough in the nick of time.
Nevertheless, the midfielder admitted the transfer was a “no-brainer” for him as soon as he knew of supervisor Rafael Benitez’s curiosity.
He stated: “It’s an identical state of affairs to once I made the choice to go to Atlanta. It was a no brainer when [manager] Tata Martina stated he wished me. It was the identical once I heard of the curiosity from Rafa Benitez.
“Everyone knows what an ideal supervisor he’s, an ideal individual he’s and there was no hesitation about eager to play for him and the membership.”