Leeds new boy Sebastien Carole has spoken excitedly about the club as he adjusts to life at Elland Road.
The 23-year-old has recently completed a free transfer move to Leeds from Brighton, as a clause in his contract was triggered by The Seagulls' relegation.
Former Monaco man Carole concedes there is a huge gap in terms of scale between the two clubs and he is already looking to the new campaign with relish.
Carole proved to be a more than able performer last season and will look to compete with fit-again Steve Stone for a regular right wing berth.
''It's a lot different here,'' he told Sky Sports News.
''They've only got a pitch and changing room at Brighton.
''Leeds have got six changing rooms, a great physio room and everything is bigger here.''
Whites boss Kevin Blackwell is hopeful Carole will be able to give balance to his side and feels it could prove be a fruitful partnership for both parties.
''He gives us that right wing role we really struggled with last season,'' Blackwell added. ''Having signed Stoney we lost him straight away.
''We could never really sort out the right side role so hopefully he can give us that option this year.''