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Nagy excited by new adventure

Ádám Nagy has expressed his sheer delight at securing a permanent move to Ashton Gate.

The 24-year-old has put pen to paper on a three-year deal in BS3 and the midfielder is excited to join the Robins family as he prepares for his first taste of English football.

With the formalities of the deal now complete, Nagy is itching to pull on the City colours and demonstrate what he can do as he bids to help the club drive forward.

“Obviously I am really excited, I have an adrenaline rush and I am looking forward to the first training session with the team and the first game with the team,” he said. “I’m really looking forward to this new adventure.

“The stadium is brilliant and I can imagine the atmosphere during the game to be incredible, especially when we win, and I really like that the stands are close to the pitch.

“I’ve heard people go crazy for football here so it’s really, really good that I can be a part of such an historic club like Bristol City and I’m looking forward to it, I want to be successful.”

NAGY BECOMES A ROBIN

The Hungarian admitted that the prospect of being part of the ongoing project at Ashton Gate, along with the style of football Lee Johnson likes his side to play, was too good an opportunity to dismiss.

“When I found out this move could be a possibility and I could be a part of this project and family, I started to do some research,” Nagy continued. “I looked at previous games and read stuff about the city and I’m extremely excited.

“For me it was important that I can feel like I’m part of a big project and I really like that the club try to play football, have more possession and try to control the game. There will be difficult games during the season, of course, but I think it’s important we try to play our way and our fans will help us to achieve our goals.

“I play in centre midfield and I’m more defensive minded, a number six. I can link up the play between defenders and the attackers. I am 100 per cent a team player, a hard worker and I will try to give everything for this club.

“My main priority now is to feed into the team as soon as possible. I’m an open guy and I would like to be successful. I promise to leave everything on the pitch and if I do that, I can be satisfied at the end of the game.”

THE FIRST INTERVIEW

Nagy will now link up with his City teammates as the club prepare for their first away game of the new campaign at Birmingham City on Saturday (August 10th, 3pm KO).

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