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Middlesbrough new boy Kei Kamara is happy to let his football do the talking as he attempts to settle in on Teesside.

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Kei Kamara: Is re-acquainting himself with English football

Kei Kamara: Is re-acquainting himself with English football

The 29-year-old striker scored his second goal for the club in as many games in Saturday's 3-3 Sky Bet Championship home draw with Bournemouth, and is keen to add to his tally.

Kamara told the club's official website: "When you step on the field, you want a goal on your debut.

"A goal against Ipswich would have been great having played for Norwich, but I have scored in the two games since and on my home debut. I just want to make an impression and settle in."

However, the former Kansas City frontman knows he may have to take the rough with the smooth as he re-acquaints himself with English football.

He said: "I have heard about the physical side and people said I would take hits, but I keep my mouthpiece in to protect my smile - I have to do that."

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