New boy Ibrahim Amadou of Norwich City has revealed he is confident Daniel Farke will deliver him playing time, speaking to the German boss.
The recently promoted prime minister has confirmed Amadou's signing of the Spanish side Sevilla on a season-long loan agreement, with an option to buy next year.
The 26-year-old defensive midfielder is the Canaries' fifth signing of the summer, as they hope to make their mark on their first top-flight campaign since 2016.
Norwich had to beat the sympathy of league rivals Aston Villa and Belgian side Club Brugge to complete the acquisition of the Frenchman.
When signing for the Norfolk base club, Amadou revealed that it was the prospect of playing in the Premier League that attracted him to Carrow Road.
"I am happy to play for Norwich because I know they have just been promoted to the Premier League with many points in the Championship", Amadou told the club's official website.
"It is a new challenge for me and I would like to find out more about the Prime Minister.
"When I was young, it was a dream to play in the Premier League, but the more I grew, the more it became a goal.
"I had this opportunity now and I decided to take it. I will try to do my best in the Premier League.
"I had interest from clubs in other countries, but my priority was to play in the Premier League. "
Amadou revealed that speaking to boss Daniel Farke, he is confident of playing time.
"I spoke to the [Head] Coach.
"He seems like a good coach who will give me the opportunity to play.
"I'll have to show what I can do and make a good impression."
Norwich went down to a 4-1 defeat at Anfield against Liverpool on Friday night in their premier opener.