Reading striker George Puscas admitted he is very happy to be in England after netting his first goal in Royals colours in their narrow cup win against Wycombe Wanderers.

Puscas scored the equaliser in the Royals' 1-1 draw in normal time against Wanderers, netting at the second attempt after Blues goalkeeper Ryan Allsop made a great first save to deny him.

The Romanian was a constant thorn to the Blues in the first half and showed a great deal of tenacity and pace in his first start for the club.

The former Inter Milan striker admitted it is all a learning curve at the moment but he is really pleased to be at Reading.

He said: "It was a great atmosphere, we have great fans and we are in the next round so I am very happy.

"The pitch was amazing, the fans were behind us and we played good football.

"I have to learn but I like the Championship. It is hard with many games but we have to be ready.

"Reading wanted me so much and I have come here happy, which is important."

Puscas added: "It is a big move for me as I wanted to come here and to play in the Championship and I want to progress myself so I am ready."

After the win, Puscas explained the mood in the dressing room was confident and hoped that he, and the team, could kick on from this victory.

He added: "It is good confidence for me and us. I scored my first goal for the club and I can help my team-mates. We need to get some points now in the Championship so it is step by step."

The 23-year-old also explained that England and Spurs striker Harry Kane is a player he really wants to try and emulate.

He said: "I look up to Harry Kane. I also look at Romelu Lukaku. Both strikers are amazing."