The attacker has expressed his appreciation towards head coach Jurgen Klopp for his efforts in making him feel at ease in his new surroundings
Borussia Dortmund signing Milos Jojic has revealed his delight with the way in which he has been welcomed into the club's "family" following his move from Partizan Belgrade.
The Serbia international joined BVB on deadline day of the January transfer window and he has revealed that head coach Jurgen Klopp welcomed him with a message in his native language.
"It was like a family. From groundsman to coach," Jojic was quoted as saying by Bild.
"Jurgen Klopp even said a few words in Serbian. He is very popular with us, his fearless mentality is very much appreciated in Serbia.
"I want to help the team on the pitch as soon as possible. But it is also important that I learn the language quickly. Hopefully I can give an interview in German soon."
Jojic then went on to state that compatriot and former Dortmund star Miroslav Stevic had played a part in his decision to make the move to Signal Iduna Park.
"He told me that there is a unique atmosphere. I know that the BVB fans are the best in Germany."