Brighton and Hove Albion star Pascal Groß has admitted he is now feeling more comfortable on the international stage and like he has “arrived” in the Germany squad.

The midfielder has been speaking to various media after linking up Julian Nagelsmann’s side for their upcoming games against Turkey and Austria.

He’s very much a fully-fledged member of the international set up after only making his debut in the 4-1 loss to Japan back in September.

He added to that cap with another in the 2-1 win over France later that month before again linking up with the squad for the games against USA and Mexico in the last international break.

It’s been something of a late bloom for the Brighton man, who had very much been ignored by the national team earlier in his career.

That has changed since Roberto de Zerbi’s arrival at Brighton, though, with the German playing an important role under his leadership and in the success, they’ve enjoyed over the last year or so.

That’s now seen him recognised on the international stage and he admits he feels more comfortable than he once did.

“I feel like I’ve arrived,” ASB Zeitung report him saying.

“The team has made me feel very welcome, I feel better than I did in my first place. It’s better.”