Sulley Muntari will need time to settle at Deportivo La Coruna according to head coach of the club, Clarence Seedorf.
The Ghanaian international joined the La Liga outfit after a successful trial with the club.
The energetic midfield dynamo before joining Deportivo was without a club after leaving Italian side Pescara.
And the three-time UEFA Champions League winner says the former AC Milan midfielder will not be rushed into the team.
“He [Muntari] will need time to get to his best form,” Seedorf, teammates with Muntari during his time at AC Milan, told pressmen.
“For this, we will try to program how to do things better for him and the team.
“We are happy that an agreement has been reached with the club.
“He is very motivated, he has integrated into the group [and] the group has embraced him, which is very important, he has fitted in.
“He is waiting to get all his papers. He will be just one more player; he is not the saviour.
“But he will surely give us an important aspect, which is the ability to be aggressive and dominant at certain times.”
Deportivo La Coruna could hand Muntari a better deal should the player impress in his short stay with the Club.