The former Barcelona forward, who completed a move to the Britannia Stadium on Tuesday, is enthusiastic about manager Mark Hughes's approach to playing the gameStoke City new-boy Bojan Krkic says that the club's playing style helped to convince him to sign for the Potters.
Under previous manager Tony Pulis, Stoke earned a reputation for particularly direct, physical football but Mark Hughes began a shift in approach last season which attracted the 23-year-old to the Britannia Stadium.
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"There are many good players here that want to play with the ball at their feet. I think that will suit the way that I like to play.
"I don't know what I can add to the team but I know what I am capable of on the pitch. I like to get the ball on the ground, make good plays and move the ball around the pitch quickly at a good tempo. I like to build good relationships with other players, too, which is important."
Bojan, who has signed a four-year contract at the Britannia Stadium, has previously been utilised in wide roles but is keen on taking centre stage for Stoke.
"I like to play as a striker or secondary striker," he added.
"In recent seasons I have played out wide but I do feel that my best position is in a more central role."