Osman Sow has revealed he's already settled into life at Hearts, thanks to the close-knit first-team squad.
The big Swedish striker, who officially joined the club this morning, believes Robbie Neilson's lads - as well as those behind the scenes - have made him feel welcome at Tynecastle.
Speaking exclusively to Hearts News, Osman said: "I'm happy to have signed for Hearts. It's a massive club which should be in the top flight.
"There's a good bunch of lads here and everybody is working hard. The staff have been brilliant so I'm happy.
"I'm happy to play my football here and I can't wait to do it as soon as possible."
Having netted in each of his pre-season friendly appearances, including an ice-cool finish past Manchester City goalkeeper Willy Caballero, Osman is relishing running out in front of packed houses in Gorgie this campaign.
"Manchester City was a good game to play in and it's always fun to play against big teams," he said. "I'm happy and I'm looking forward to the season starting.
"It's a big thing to play in front of so many fans and I've heard a lot of good things about the supporters here.
"It's a tough start to the season but it's good, it gets you on your feet. If we work hard then we can get some good results, and if I work hard then hopefully I'll score a lot of goals in Scotland."