Togo international Emmanuel Adebayor has admitted he will need to use Google to find out more about his new club Crystal Palace.
Adebayor signed a short-term deal with the Eagles on Tuesday, which ended a five-month spell without a club for the former Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham striker.
But the Togo international revealed he has a bit of homework to do in order to get up to speed on Palace.
“I don’t know much about the club but it’s better to learn so I’ll be going on Google and finding out more about them.
“I look forward to going to training ground as I know a few players like Zaha, Bolasie and Puncheon so I’ll go there and figure out how the team is playing and adapt myself to it, but I have been around the block so that shouldn’t be hard to do.” Adebayor told the Eagles’ official website.
Adebayor, who had also been linked with Watford before opting for Selhurst Park, is set to go straight into the squad for Saturday’s fourth round FA Cup tie against Stoke.
The Eagles fought off a number of clubs to secure the Togolese hitman’s signature, and he admitted that whilst he doesn’t know much about the Eagles’ heritage just yet, he is ready to immerse himself in the history of the club off the pitch, while working with some familiar faces on it.