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Norwich City's record signing Ricky van Wolfswinkel admits that playing in England has always been his dream.

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Ricky van Wolfswinkel: Always had English ambition

Ricky van Wolfswinkel: Always had English ambition

The Dutch striker was signed by Norwich before the end of last season when they brokered a deal with Sporting Lisbon.

Van Wolfswinkel has already found the back of the net during pre-season and is firmly on his way to settling into life in England.

And speaking to Sky Sports News, Van Wolfswinkel admits that he has dreamed about playing in the Premier League since he was a child.

Asked about whether he dreamed about playing in England he said: "Since I was a young child.

"I started watching on a Saturday on Dutch television, after I had played my own football, I watched the English Premier League and from that moment I knew this was a competition I wanted to play in."

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icky van Wolfswinkel's remarkable record of one goal from one game at least deserves an honourable mention. And I'm willing to bet that at least one of Costa, Ulloa or Enner Valencia will earn a place on the list by the end of the season. Probably not Costa

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