DESPITE moving to England this summer, French midfielder Samir Nasri feels right at home with most of the dressing room speaking in his native French tongue at the Emirates.

The 21-year-old moved to the north Londoners in the summer for £12 million, and the former Marseille man has revealed that it has been a lot easier to settle into life in England than he had imagined.

"Everybody speaks French, with the Swiss players, the Africans, the French lads and Arsene Wenger all in there," revealed Nasri.

"It is not easy to speak English in the Arsenal dressing room."

"The boss talks in French when he has discussions with players and only speaks English in team meetings.

"I do not feel that I am in a foreign country with all the French speakers around I am not in unknown territory. I have settled in very well."

The Frenchman also revealed how he has also settled in very well to his new surroundings off the pitch, despite other players - like Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic- recently revealing the difficulties of living in England.

He added: "English people don’t invade my privacy. If they see me in the street, they’ll just make a small sign of recognition.

"The weather in London is pleasant, even though you don’t get the same sunshine they have in Marseille."