The 27-year-old switched VfL Wolfsburg for Norwich City on January 18, with the defender hoping he can make an impact in the Premier League and help the Canaries fight for a place in the Premier League next season.
Neil will make a late decision over the involvement of the Swiss centre-back for City’s game against Liverpool tomorrow.
Speaking today at the pre-match press conference, Klose told reporters why he’s looking forward to potentially playing his first game for the Canaries against a manager like Jurgen Klopp.
His style of play is different as he likes to press high and always looks to attack. He’s a great coach so his teams are always difficult to face, and he is a good guy too.
I’m looking forward to hopefully playing against them because they have quality in their side, but we’re hoping to win.
For the Swiss international, playing for Norwich will give the 6ft 4in defender a chance in the English division, playing what he claims is a “dream come true”.
Joining Norwich was an easy decision for me and it’s a dream come true to play in the Premier League.
Klose also hopes playing in the top flight will help him prove his ability and his estimated worth of £8.5 million, along with working as part of the team.
I’m looking forward to proving myself as a good defender and helping us to collect points to stay in the league. If we can fight together, with the crowd, we can get the points we need.
I want to give everything on the pitch because working as a team is the most important thing.