Tom Trybull wants to see Norwich City standing together to meet the challenge of Premier League football in the coming months.
Trybull is the latest player to commit his future to Norwich after penning a new contract until June 2022 and he’s relishing the prospect of Premier League football. The 26-year-old signed for the Canaries back in August 2017 on a free transfer after leaving Dutch side ADO Den Haag.
The German-born midfielder has adapted to life in England nicely and played a key role in helping Daniel Farke’s side win the Championship last season.
“When I first came to the club, it was all very new to me and my wife as it was a new country and a different experience,” he said.
“But my team-mates made it easy for me to fit in the squad and the supporters have helped me and my family to feel comfortable in the city and stadium so it was clear to us that we wanted to stay.
“The club and especially the Head Coach [Farke] and Stuart [Webber] have given me so much and I just want to give back to them.”
The challenge ahead is sure to be a tough one but Trybull is eager to meet it head on, and he believes Norwich are returning to the top flight with a strong philosophy in place for success.
“To be a part of the best league in the world was a dream for sure, I didn’t expect that it would happen so quick so I can’t wait for the new challenges ahead,” he added.
“The club is building a philosophy which we should all be proud of together. I just hope that we can stick together in the upcoming year and years by staying as one big family.” Norwich are 1.83 to be relegated from the Premier League.