Antoine Griezmann has confessed he has found it difficult to adjust to life at Camp Nou, calling Barcelona 'not the easiest place to play'.


The Frenchman finally made the switch from Atlético Madrid during the summer to much fanfare after a long courtship. However, he has managed to net just four goals in an underwhelming first 15 appearances for his new side.

Antoine Griezmann

Speaking to ​Téléfoot, Griezmann acknowledged that he is yet to hit the heights which he expects from himself, insisting he is working tirelessly to get things on the right track.


"It's not the easiest place to play," he confessed. "It's a new club, a different club, new tactics. But you have to work, I'm proud of where I am. They believe in me. I have to win the trust of the team and I will be ready."


During his time at ​Atlético, Griezmann was often the team's focal point, but now he has been moved back out to the wing to line up alongside ​Luis Suárez and ​Lionel Messi.


The 28-year-old insisted that he has been forced to change his priorities this season, but it is something he is happy to do for the good of the team.


"I'm more of a team player, in the way [I] try to manage the movements of others and [in the way I] try to be of use to my teammates," he added.

Antoine Griezmann,Lionel Messi

"And If I can score then it's much better, but it's not my main aim. If we get the three points, I'm happy with myself."


With Griezmann in their ranks, ​Barcelona have found themselves top of ​La Liga, ahead of rivals ​Real Madrid on goal difference, despite an indifferent start to the campaign which has seen them lose to Athletic Club, Granada and Levante.


His work off the ball has not gone unnoticed, but he certainly needs to rediscover his best goalscoring form if he is to win over all the fans at Camp Nou.


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