West Ham United's Austrian midfielder Georg Grasser took some time out from his busy pre-season schedule to show the WHUTV cameras around his home country.
As well as speaking about the local customs, language and even soft drinks, the 18-year-old midfielder explained how he thinks the rest of his team-mates have settled in to life in Bad Radkersburg and how the locals feel about having such a high-profile team in town.
"I would say the other players have adapted quite well really," Grasser, who was born and raised in nearby Graz, told WHUTV. "They didn't know how to cope with the heat as it was very hot, but beyond that I think it is very good.
"I was talking to my friends and they were happy that a team like ours came to Austria and had a training camp here. It is good for Austria."
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