Last Updated: Fri, 20 Sep 2013 14:27
Middlesbrough boss Tony Mowbray is backing summer signing Kei Kamara to make a big impact on Teesside.
The 29-year-old scored his first goal for the club in Tuesday night's 2-2 Sky Bet Championship draw at Nottingham Forest, despite having had limited time to train with his new team-mates due to his international commitments with Sierra Leone.
Mowbray told the club's official website, www.mfc.co.uk: "Kei's only been in the building for about four days in the two weeks since he signed.
"He's still feeling his way in, but he's looked very positive. He creates a lovely atmosphere around training sessions with his positivity.
"There's almost a twinkle in his eye and he's loving being here. He's got an endearing personality. He's a very relaxed character, but I can see in his eyes he pays 100 per cent attention to what's being said to him.
"He's a serious footballer, but away from football he's a relaxed individual - you'll like him. I'm more interested, of course, in the football side and he showed on Tuesday he will be a serious threat."
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