Spain international and former Blaugrana player, Marc Cucurella, impressed on his Premier League debut during the 2-1 victory against Leicester at the Amex Stadium on Sunday.
Cucurella, who joined for £15.4m from Getafe last month, made his first start in the 1-0 win at Brentford and home fans caught their first glimpse of the promising Spain international last Sunday.
The former Barcelona man clearly posed a constant threat to Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester selection down the left flank with the 23-year-old looking comfortable and fully in control when in possession, highly mobile and brimming with energy.
The Olympic silver medalist played with composure and assurance, slotted in perfectly to the Potter’s system and already looks an experienced and established member of the first team.
Cucurella operated on the left flank which allowed Solly March – starting his first match following a hamstring injury sustained against Watford –to feature on the right flank.
“Really impressed with his personality and character and how he has settled in,” said Potter after the Leicester win.
“He is a top professional and has played a lot of games in La Liga. His attributes are there to see. He offers us something different down the left hand side which means we can play Solly on the right.
“We lacked balance against Everton and I think he provides that with his natural left foot which we missed when Solly was injured.
“He is a fantastic addition for us and adds to the side. It was a good home debut. Two matches in the Premier League and two wins…maybe he’s our lucky charm.”