Nigerian midfielder, Ramon Azeez has revealed he is a happy man after making a deadline day move to Laliga 2 side Granada from another second division side CD Lugo, reports.
The 2014 World Cup star, who was unveiled by his new club on Saturday, thanked God for making the move a reality despite last-minute uncertainties.
“The first thing is to thank God and the people who have made it possible for me to come here. I am very happy, with enthusiasm and ready to work right away.
“The last hours of the market were complicated because I did not know what was going to happen, I started praying and waiting, I wanted to come here and everything went well.
“If I have the opportunity to have minutes, I have to do what the coach asks me and try to do it well. I like how this coach works. I came to get more excited and keep growing as a footballer,” the 26-year-old stated.
Azeez already had his first training session and was immediately included in the matchday squad for Sunday’s clash with Osasuna.
Granada is currently top of the LaLiga 2 table with 44 points from 23 games and looks destined to return to the LaLiga next season.