Florian Kamberi says a physical spell in Scotland has helped prepare him for his move to English League One side Sheffield Wednesday.

The striker joined Aberdeen on loan for the second half of last season after leaving the Scottish Premiership for Swiss side St Gallen six months earlier. Kamberi had previously been with Hibs and joins Sheffield Wednesday for the upcoming campaign.

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Kamberi is with Sheffield Wednesday. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

He said (YP): “I am not a guy who wants to talk too much about what a player I am. I just want to be humble and work hard every game to help the team. My agent spoke to other clubs in the world, but when my agent spoke to me about Sheffield Wednesday, it was a no-brainer.

“I am used to the fight and people grabbing and holding each other and the referee giving fouls and I experienced that in Scotland.

“But at Aberdeen, it was a strong team who wanted to play football and not just long balls. It suited me very much with my game.”

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