A ‘good feeling’ and mutually positive first impression were the driving forces behind Tom Trybull becoming a Norwich City player, according to the midfielder.
The 24-year-old penned a permanent deal with the Canaries on Friday, having previously been on trial at the Club.
Speaking to Norwich City TV, Trybull said: “The first impression is very good and it was very easy for me to come here.
““I trained on my own before coming here. I took my time to do the right thing, not just to take the first offer I got.
“It’s important to have a good feeling about everything. I prepared for what has happened and was able to make a good impression.
“It’s very busy at the moment but everything is good and I’m happy to be here. I heard some things about Norwich and everyone who loves football knows Norwich is a big club.
“They’ve played for a long time in the Premier League so I know what to expect. I like to have new experiences and it’s a big chance for me.”
Trybull is relishing the challenge of forcing his way into Daniel Farke’s side, as well as the prospect of playing regularly at Carrow Road.
“The stadium is always full and every player wants that,” he added.
“It’s a big chance for everybody. If we play a good season as a squad then that’s good for everybody, not just for the players.
“It’s good for the staff, for the city, and for the supporters. Everybody knows in England there is a good atmosphere at football matches every weekend.
“Together with the supporters, we can do a good job this season. I’m excited for the next weeks and want to train hard to become part of the first team. That’s why I’m here.”