Lamela finds driving on the wrong side of the road odd.
Tottenham Hotspur broke their club record transfer fee three times this summer, first for Paulinho, then Roberto Soldado and finally Argentine ace Erik Lamela.
The £30m man arrived at the club after a successful spell in Italy with AS Roma and has admitted that adjusting to life in a new country has its difficulties.
“Cars on the opposite side of the street seems strange to me but I am still in a phase where London is new and I am taking it day by day,” the 21-year-old was quoted by the Mirror.
“I am still adapting to London life, but England was always a country that interested me.
“That is on a personal level and at Spurs I am working to be one of first the names in the starting XI. That is my big objective.”
As a left winger Lamela was purchased as a long-term replacement for Gareth Bale, after the Welshman made the world record £85.3m move to Real Madrid.
The Argentina international has played five matches for Spurs in all competitions so far this term and provided two assists.
As yet the forward has failed to truly play at a consistently high level, but clearly settling into life in England and Tottenham will take time.
The north London club were extremely busy in the transfer market this summer, paying out more money than any other Premier League side and bringing in seven new stars.
Along with Lamela, Soldado and Paulinho, Nacer Chadli, Ettiene Capoue, Vlad Chiriches and Christian Eriksen have all been bought in.
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