Winger relishing Premier League returnROBBIE Brady has spoken of his delight after officially completing a move to Norwich City for an undisclosed fee.
The former Hull City winger has penned a three-year-deal at Carrow Road, having made 43 Barclays Premier League appearances for the Tigers over the past two seasons.
Brady, who could make his debut in Saturday's pre-season friendly against Brentford, exclusively told Norwich City TV: "I'm absolutely buzzing; it dragged on for a bit but I'm glad it's over the line now and I can't wait to get started.
"The feeling of being wanted is something I’m so grateful to the manager for, and to everyone who’s been behind it. It's another opportunity to play at the highest level, which is where everyone wants to be.
"I'll relish it, and will hopefully play as many games as possible. It's a new chapter for me at Norwich now and I'm raring to go."
"If the manager puts me in [against Brentford] then I'll be ready."
A recent regular within the Republic of Ireland set-up since breaking into the national team in 2012, the 23-year-old is already relishing the prospect of playing alongside compatriot Wes Hoolahan on a domestic basis.
Brady believes such familiarity can be of benefit to his new side, and explained: "I'm delighted to here with Wes, and hopefully we can link up well together to help the team.
"I spoke to him before I came and he assured me everything would be fine. Nobody knows this place better than him, so I'm sure he'll be the man to go and see.
"The manager has been great with me since I've been in, as have the rest of the lads. We're going into a big season but everyone is confident we can get the job done."