Norwich City winger Christos Tzolis has admitted he is able to love football again now he’s left the club and joined Fortuna Düsseldorf on loan.

The winger has been speaking to SportBILD regarding his time at the German side so far, who he joined on loan in the summer after a disappointing two years with Norwich.

He joined them in an €11m deal from PAOK in 2021 but was unable to impress at Carrow Road, managing just three goals and two assists in 30 games and less than a thousand minutes of action in total.

He was sent out on loan to FC Twente in 2022 and then to Fortuna Düsseldorf, who play in the 2. Bundesliga in Germany.

The hope is that the winger, who is still only 21-years-old, can find his feet in Germany and presumably either return to Norwich a better player or at least convince Fortuna into a permanent transfer.

He’s certainly been working towards that so far, with six goals and one assist in 11 games in the league this season and another two goals and one assist in the German Cup as well.

Those are significantly better numbers than he’s ever posted at Norwich, and he is happy, explaining what went wrong for him in England.

“The Bundesliga is my big goal, I want to go their 100%,” he said.

“You never know what the future will bring, but I feel right at home in Düsseldorf. I really like it here.

“The important thing now is to enjoy the next few months with the team, to be a regular player, to help the team with lots of assists and goals and to become even better.

“I love football. Thanks to Fortuna you can enjoy it again. Unfortunately, in England I didn’t have that good feeling, I didn’t have the fun of football.

“I rarely played and didn’t feel as much confidence as I did here. Even in difficult phases, I receive appreciation at Fortuna and am not left behind.”