Elias Kachunga hasn't taken long to start bonding with his new Huddersfield Town teammates.

The club announced the striker had arrived on a season-long loan deal fom FC Ingolstadt at the 2016/17 home kit launch on Friday night.

And while fans were getting to grips with the news, Kachunga was already boarding a plane to Sweden for the first leg of David Wagner's gruelling pre-season schedule.

Michael Hefele posted a picture of himself with fellow new recruits Kachunga and Ivan Paurevic on the way to the camp, which is focusing on team spirit and bonding.

Fans are optimistic over the signing of Kachunga, who can play on the wing but relishes the central striking role.

He becomes the seventh first team signing of the summer, joining Hefele, Paurevic, Joel Coleman, Chris Loewe, Rajiv van La Parra and Jack Payne in making the switch to Town.

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Jamie Paterson meanwhile is back at Nottingham Forest's training ground with his future still unclear.

Wagner has made no secret of the fact he would like to sign the playmaker permanently, but the delay due to Forest's managerial and Director of Football appointments could cause him to switch to other targets.