Saints boss praises new boy Adams
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl says summer recruit Che Adams is settling in well with his new teammates.
Saints paid a reported £15million to bring in Adams from Championship outfit Birmingham City earlier in the summer.
The first-team squad travelled to Austria on Monday for a pre-season training camp and Hasenhuttl says Adams has to adapt quickly to life at Southampton ahead of the new Premier League season, and the boss has been pleased with what he's seen from the 22-year-old so far.
"I think it's important for him to be immediately part of the group," Hasenhuttl told the club's website.
"I think he enjoys so far what we do with him and he shows that he is a very robust and good team player. He is open-minded, he wants to learn very quick, and that is exactly what we need."
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