Former Wolves goalkeeper Will Norris is delighted with his move to Burnley.
The Clarets' first summer signing, 27, has penned an initial three-year deal with the Clarets, where he will provide competition for former Cambridge United team-mate Nick Pope and Bailey Peacock-Farrell.
And the newest member of the club's goalkeeping union is ready for the new challenge that awaits in the next chapter of his varied career.
“I'm absolutely buzzing to be here. It's a great opportunity for me and I'm looking forward to getting going," said Norris, who spent last season on loan move at Ipswich Town.
“I heard Burnley we're interested, and it just went from there really and it's the perfect fit for myself and the right opportunity.
“There's a great goalkeeping unit here, so I'm just hoping to come here and add something a little bit different.
“Burnley is a great club; an established Premier League club and it's a fantastic opportunity for me."