This was the view of the 27 year old who moved during the summer from Reims to Wolves for a transfer sum of £2million.

Since moving, he has appeared for Wolves nine different times and has already scored twice.

Oniangue has already moved into a new house in the neighborhood and asserts that he is settling in quite nicely in Molineux. For their derby on Saturday at Villa, he believes he is prepared and already looking forward to it.

The former Reims player is of the notion that Wolves fans have not gotten a glimpse of his best yet.

“At the moment, I think I have shown 60 to 70 per cent of my ability with getting used to everything, and I know there is more to come from me. The league is very intense here – the ball is up and down the pitch.In the first division in France, there is maybe more time on the ball and more time to play football – the pace is not as intense as it is here.

“I like it though and feel I am adapting to it. I need to learn quickly and there is no problem. I am confident I have more to offer.” he concluded.

The last two games of the Wolves have been lost, with Wigan Athletic and Norwich City beating them 2-1 consecutively.

The Congo International’s debut was in a derby win at Blues two months ago, and for the upcoming match next weekend at Villa Park, he expects to actively participate, and in a big role as well.

“When we play again it will be another big match and a derby game as well,” he said. “That is one to look forward to. We will work hard to be able to get everybody together and the right dynamic to win.We have to be solid and not concede goals early on. When we lose a goal at the beginning of the match it changes the condition and the game is not the same.”