On-loan striker Mohammed Dauda visited the Supporters Home of Vitesse Arnhem after playing his first home match for the Dutch Eredivisie club.
The former Ghana U20 striker was at the Monnikenhuize to interact with the fans and sign autographs.
Dauda feels at home already after joining from Belgian giants Anderlecht during the January transfer window.
"I've only been here for a week or so, but it does not feel like that, the group and the people at the club have done everything they can to take me on. It feels like I have been part of Vitesse for a long time," he said.
"It is my goal to become important as quickly as possible, which I will do by working very hard."
Dauda made his home debut on Sunday in the 3-2 win over Willem II after replacing injured Oussama Darfalou on 38 minutes.
But Richonell Margaret replaced him in 89th minute.