I try to learn from Falcao, and Manu Riviere as well - his movement is excellent - it's really good for me. I need to work on my movement and my finishing, but seeing these guys on a regular basis gives me a benchmark.
I am a professional footballer, and it's a game where the coach decides where you can be most beneficial for the team. As long as I am attacking, I am happy! I know what Jose Mourinho decides will be best for me personally and for the team.
The atmosphere at Old Trafford is really unique, and when you're a bit tired, they really help you: they shout out your name, and that gives you extra energy.
It's true that the atmosphere here is quite different from the one in France. People live and breathe football here, and that's what I like. Every footballer wants to play in the Premier League.
It is not easy to arrive in a different country and adapt quickly, but I think I'm getting there, and I'm proud of that.
It's annoying to be on the bench - it's truly annoying - but it's a test you have to overcome, and that's how you progress. It's difficult because all you want is to be able to help the team, and when you're on the bench, you can't.