Already capped by FIFA's newest member, Kosovo, Norwegian-bred Celina has scored four goals in eight Eredivisie outings for the Enschede club and says he is loving life at De Grolsch Veste at the minute.
"Everything is going perfectly," he said in an interview with Sky Sports.
"It's good to have Enes and Yaw here because we know each other and it's easy to play with them because we already have an understanding. We help each other out all the time. It's a good thing.
"I'm settled here in the city and the football club is amazing. I've started off really well and hopefully that will continue. It's completely different to reserve-team football. This is a big league and there are a lot of fans watching the games. I'm really happy with the opportunity."
Celin added: "I wanted to come here and be an important player.
"So far I think I have.
"I had different options but I felt Twente were the team that wanted me the most. It was the best option.
"I'm happy with my decision."