Danish international Thomas Helveg has completed his move to Premiership new boys Norwich City. The defender signed a two-year contract having been released on a free by Inter at the end of last season.
The 33-year old wing back played in every game for Denmark during their Euro 2004 campaign and spent 10 years playing club football in Italy.
Helveg praised the atmosphere at the East Anglian club.
“I felt like I was coming home,” he said. “I hope I can repay the some of the faith the manager has shown in me.”
“I feel we will succeed together. It’s going to be a great challenge for me and the rest of the squad to play the best teams in England,” he told the club’s website.
Canaries manager Nigel Worthington expressed his delight at finally signing the Dane.
“It shows the gradual progress of the club in being able to attract such a player to Carrow Road, to have that level of knowledge and experience at the club is a great boost to us all,” he said.