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Posted Thursday, August 9th 2018

Eliasson reflects on first year at City

Niclas Eliasson says he is enjoying life at City, one year after he secured his “dream move” to BS3.

That was how he described his switch to BCTV exactly 12 months ago to the day, when he put pen to paper on his three-year contract with the club.

The Sweden Under-21 winger is in fine form too, after causing havoc down the wings against Nottingham Forest last weekend off the back of an impressive pre-season.

“I worked really hard in the summer, to come back fit and give myself the best opportunities for this season,” he told bcfc.co.uk ahead of Saturday’s trip to Bolton Wanderers.

“I am happy and working hard for a good season.”

“I am enjoying it,” he continued when asked how he is finding life at City.

“It took me a while, moving from my country and my family for the first time, but now I feel settled.

“I look forward to going to the training ground every day, being with my teammates and seeing the city too.”

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