Debut performance disappoints Brek Shea

New Stoke midfielder Brek Shea warms up before the clash with Fulham on February 23, 2013
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Brek Shea admits that he is not satisfied with his debut performance for Stoke City.

Brek Shea has admitted that he was not happy with his first performance in a Stoke City shirt.

The American international came off the bench during the 1-0 defeat away at Fulham and went on to win a penalty, which Jonathan Walters missed.

Despite confessing that he is not "100%" fit, Shea has said that he felt that he could have performed better.

"I'm not 100%, but I'm getting better and I'm almost there," he told reporters.

"I just have to keep playing and get back into it. I don't think I played very well, but it's good to get a taste.

"Every team has their own style and the league here is faster so you just have to get used to it."

Shea joined the Potters last month following a four-year stint with FC Dallas.

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