JURGEN LOCADIA insists the pressure of being a FC Cincinnati big signing will not worry him - because he has experienced it all before at Albion.

Locadia was unveiled to the media yesterday after joining the Major League Soccer outfit initially on a five-month loan.

Cincinnati can sign him permanently after his loan ends on July 5.

Locadia, 26, joins as one of Cincinnati’s three high-profile designated players who are not restricted by the league’s salary cap.

But commanding a large fee is not new to Locadia, who joined Albion as a then record £14 million signing in January 2018.

Asked if the status would weigh on his mind, Locadia said: “I don’t know if I feel the pressure, I had a similar thing when I joined Brighton.

“I don’t decide the fee that clubs pay for me.

“I am just here to play the games, score the goals and whenever the team needs to be there I will be there.”

Locadia says he is looking forward to working with Cincinnati head coach and fellow countryman Ron Jans. He said: “I am happy to be here. I look forward to meeting my new team-mates.

“I have already received a good welcome from Cincinnati fans at the airport.

“The facilities are good and, after speaking to general manager Gerard (Nijkamp) and Ronnie the coach, the project really appealed to me.

“I look forward to playing many games, scoring many goals and being an important player for this club.”