New York Red Bulls signing Dwayne De Rosario is delighted to be a part of a new family.

The 32-year old attacking midfielder had an immediate impact for his new club, coming in at half-time to provide an assist for Dane Richards as the Red Bulls were held to a 1-1 draw by Houston Dynamo at home on Saturday.

The Canadian international, who was traded by Toronto FC on Friday evening, admitted the was already happy in New York and is looking forward to getting more accustomed to his new teammates.

"It's nice to be in a great organization like the Red Bulls," De Rosario said. "I came here and everything has been first-class so far.

"I'm looking forward to spending many years here and hopefully first thing is making the playoffs and hopefully winning a Cup."

As for the move from Toronto, De Rosario knew he had to find a new home simply to freshen up.

"It was just time," he added. "I had enough and had to do what was best for me and my future."

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Andrew Slevison

Andrew Slevison is an avid sports fan, particularly of the world game. The Melbourne, Australia native, who has spent time living in London and travelling South America, takes a keen interest in the English Premier League and Major League Soccer and rates his best live footballing moment as the 2014 World Cup final in Brazil.

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