DORCHESTER Town winger Mo Baghdadi says he is enjoying life at the Avenue Stadium.

On a month’s loan from Bristol Rovers, the German youngster has been a regular fixture in Magpies boss Steve Thompson’s starting line-up since his move from the Memorial Stadium.

Despite speaking semi-fluent English, Baghdadi is revelling in his new environment at Dorchester.

He told Echosport: “I feel very good. I like the club, I play and I want to get better. My fitness gets better and I learn English football better.

“It’s good for me and good for my learning and for my future.”

Commenting on Dorchester’s performance after their 2-1 loss to Heybridge Swifts in the FA Trophy second qualifying round, Baghdadi had mixed feelings after assisting Phil Ormrod’s third-minute header.

He said: “I think in the first half if we can score one or two goals more, it’s easy for us.

“But we go in with 1-0 and in the second half we don’t play like the first half and then we lose.

“I’m happy with my assist but I’m not happy with the score, so for me it’s better when we win.

“Nobody is happy but we’ll keep going. Wednesday is the next game and we want the win and of course we want to go up in the table.”