Joao Felix discusses his accomplishments at Barcelona that he did not disclose while at Atletico Madrid.

Joao Felix has acknowledged that he’s happy with how his time at Barcelona has started.


In the final hours of the summer transfer window, Barca signed the Portugal international on loan from Atletico Madrid, fulfilling the player’s self-described “dream” move to the Catalan team.


Felix joined the team and quickly established himself in Xavi Hernandez’s regular starting lineup, making eight appearances (seven as a starter) and contributing five goals.


Felix, who was speaking while representing Portugal internationally, expressed his happiness with his Barcelona debut, saying that he has finally been able to “maintain a good level.”.


I feel good, confident, and like I’m going through a good moment, as you can see, and I’m happy where I am. The hardest thing is to keep up a strong performance, which is something I haven’t done well in previous seasons,” he remarked.


But I strive to get better every day at work in order to make up for those less admirable parts of myself.

And certainly, I’m content and having a nice time.



Prior to joining Barcelona, Felix struggled at Atletico Madrid, where he never made a lasting impression at the Estadio Civitas Metropolitano despite being a club record £113 million signing.

During his four seasons at Atleti, he failed to score more than ten goals in La Liga; his season-high of eight goals came in 2021/22.


The 23-year-old revealed in a recent interview that he believes Barca’s style of play better fits his playmaking style.

He also talked about the differences between playing for Barca and Atleti.


“As I’ve stated numerous times, there is a clear difference between Barcelona and Atletico in the club and the team. We can see how Barcelona and Atletico play differently.

Though I have become more accustomed to Barcelona’s style of play, it’s still not bad.

The most important thing right now is that I’m happy,” he declared.


“Because Barcelona is a large club, everyone is familiar with how they play.

I’ve adjusted quite well, but maintaining this level will be the hardest thing.

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