Christian Fassnacht is loving his Norwich City experience after making his dream move to Carrow Road this summer. 

The winger joined Norwich from Swiss champions Young Boys in July and has shown positive flashes during his opening months at Carrow Road. 

He played a key role in the Canaries' 3-2 victory over Cardiff at the weekend, scoring his third of the campaign and playing a key role in Ryan Wintle's own goal for the equaliser. 

Fassnacht, who turned 30 on Saturday, has struggled for consistency as he continues to adapt to life in England - he is hoping that settling down off the pitch will help improve his performances on it. 

"It's been amazing. I am really happy to be here in Norwich and to play in this league, it's fantastic," the winger said."I love every game and every week is surprising with new opponents, stadiums and challenges.

"The game never stops. It goes on and on. There is no VAR and I like this because you can go into duels and it's really different from playing football in Switzerland. It is different to what I knew before but I am really enjoying it.

"I like the city - there are a lot of good restaurants, and I'm beginning to feel at home. I stayed in a hotel for a while, then an apartment and since the end of October, I've been in a house. I feel at home."

A massive part of Fassnacht's decision to sign for Norwich was the opportunity to work with David Wagner again. 

Fassnacht played under City's boss during his spell at Young Boys and was headhunted by Wagner for his Carrow Road mission after identifying a need for a player with his profile. 

Eastern Daily Press: Christian Fassnacht has loved linking up with David Wagner again at Norwich City.Christian Fassnacht has loved linking up with David Wagner again at Norwich City. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd)

The experienced winger was the only player Norwich committed a transfer fee to sign this summer and Fassnacht is keen to repay that faith after linking up with Wagner again. 

"Maybe he likes me as a human being and as a player. I showed him what I am capable of doing when we worked together for six or seven months in Berne," Fassnacht said.

"I am happy to be here to show him, the whole team and the city of Norwich what I can do."