The France international midfielder delivered an inch-perfect pass on debut for Papiss Cisse to score at Aston Villa and then followed up with a brace at home to Chelsea at the weekend.
The 23-year-old credits his success to the more attacking role he is now allowed to play for both club and country.
"Toulouse are a good team with quality players but going forward sometimes we experienced difficulties," Sissoko told L'Equipe.
"English football is made for me. I've thought that for a while. I know I will often be in a position to score, just like last weekend.
"It is the same in the France team. I feel better and better. At first, I didn't dare to take risks - I just did control and pass. Nowadays if I have to dribble, I do it."
France coach Didier Deschamps is increasingly being forced to look overseas to see the country's best players in action but the 44-year-old believes it can be a help rather than a hindrance.
"It is a good thing," Deschamps told L'Equipe. "Take the example of Sissoko. Now he is a No 10. I could not imagine seeing him in such a position."