Glasgow Warriors wing Sean Maitland admits he has settled in quickly after scoring a first try for his new club against Edinburgh.
Maitland scored the first of Glasgow's three tries in the 1872 Cup second-leg victory over Edinburgh at Murrayfield last Saturday, with the former Crusader gradually adjusting to the local climate.
"It was certainly pretty awesome to play at Murrayfield for the first time and to score my first try for Glasgow here was pretty special," said Maitland to the Dundee Courier.
"All I'm trying to do is build, keep working hard and stay out of trouble."
"To be honest, the process should take a few weeks [to get used to the conditions].
"It was actually nice to play at Murrayfield on a dry field at last but I'm working from week to week and building up from there.
"I've settled in pretty quickly. The boys have all been great and the two games against Edinburgh have been the perfect springboard we need to head up the 'Rabo' table a bit. We just need to keep up the pressure against Treviso on Friday.
"Against Edinburgh our pack was magnificent, the scrum was dominant and Big Al was sensational at lineout so we had the platform to perform.
"Personally I've been looking to come into the middle off my wing more and get involved in the last couple of games as I've settled in, just to up my workrate gradually.
"It's exciting to find the combinations with other guys and how they like to play, and I love getting my hands on the ball as much as possible. We've got wonderful ball players in the midfield in Peter Horne, Ruaridh Jackson and Sean Lamont so I'll be hanging around off their shoulders more and more in the next few weeks."