Hogan Ephraim has been impressed by the standard of Major League Soccer in the United States since joining Toronto on loan from QPR.
Ephraim, 24, has made three appearances since making the move in February to link up with former Rangers team-mate Ryan Nelsen who is now managing Toronto.
"I did not know a lot about Major League Soccer [before joining Toronto FC]. I spoke with the manager [Ryan Nelsen], who I obviously played with at Queens Park Rangers, and he had very positive things to say about it," Ephraim told MLSsoccer.com.
"Since I have been over here I have found everything to be very good, from the facilities to the coaches to the medical staff to the quality of football. Everything has been top-class and hopefully that continues.
"It's a good standard. I didn't know what to expect coming out here. I didn't think it was going to be easy and I knew it was going to be a tough standard. I just didn't know what style it would be. I've been impressed so far."