As debuts for your new club go, Bayern Munich defender Niklas Süle's couldn't have gone much better on Friday night.
The 21-year-old needed just nine minutes to score his first goal for the club, heading the opener in the 3-1 season-opening victory against Bayer Leverkusen.
Find out what the former Hoffenheim man, and the key protagonists from both sides, made of the game below...
Niklas Süle: "It's obviously a great start for me. It was a cool feeling and obviously I had goosebumps when I scored. But more important was that we won today. We definitely didn't play to our maximum and we gave away too many chances, which is a bit of a shame. But all in all it was a deserved win."
Watch: Süle delighted with debut goal and win
Sebastian Rudy (Bayern midfielder): "We gave too much away, in the second half especially, but we saw the game out well and we deserved to win. I tried to show my quality from the first minute. If I can get a bit more consistency, I'll get even better."
Bernd Leno (Leverkusen goalkeeper): "We had so many chances - I can't remember playing here and having as many chances to score as that. We conceded three goals from set-pieces and we need to rectify that, as that's what decides matches. You can see the coach has introduced a new philosophy to the team, though. We can be satisfied with the performance, if not the result."
Heiko Herrlich (Leverkusen coach): "It's never a nice feeling when you lose, but we shouldn't be ashamed of ourselves tonight. What's frustrating is that we fell behind in the first half from two set-pieces. Bayern could have sealed the result earlier, but my team tried to played football and created lots of chances. That was very good. We just needed to be more clinical."