Derby County today completed a transfer deadline day double as Bradley Johnson and Jacob Butterfield joined the Rams from Norwich City and Huddersfield Town respectively.
Johnson’s transfer broke the club record as he signed from the Canaries in a £6 million deal while Butterfield is believe to have signed for around £4 million.
Johnson’s move comes as, somewhat, a surprise given the fact the Englishman has featured in all five of his club’s games so far this season.
And the midfielder’s career at the Championship side didn’t get off to the best of starts after he couldn’t even get his new club’s name right, instead branding them Derby City during his first interview …
Speaking to BBC, Johnson said he was delighted the deal was done and hoped his price tag wouldn’t affect his performances before promising to give his all for Derby City.
Bradley Johnson can't wait to give his all for 'Derby City'… https://t.co/4au97iRHlC
— Sky Bet (@SkyBet) September 1, 2015
We can only imagine poor Bradley was thinking of better times at his old side, Norwich County … sorry, City.