England Under-21 defender Ryan Bennett is relishing the chance to take his game to another level under Paul Lambert at Norwich.
The Canaries made an 11th-hour swoop for the centre-back on transfer deadline day, with Bennett halfway to Swansea before turning back to Norfolk where he completed what is understood to be a Â£3million deal late into the night.
As part of the move, Bennett has been loaned to Posh until the end of the month, when he will finally join up with his new team-mates and manager, and Bennett told Canaries Player: "As soon as I knew the interest from Norwich was full-on, I turned the car around and drove there."
He added: "I did not get back to Peterborough until four in the morning, but it was all worth it."
He added: "The manager has taken every club he has been at forwards, and has continued to do that at Norwich.
"For me to go there and play under a manager like him, I am sure it will make me a better player to achieve the level I want.
"The Premier League is the top league in the world, everyone wants to play in it and hopefully I will get my chance.
"Norwich are a close bunch of lads, so hopefully I can fit in well.
"There are a lot of good players there and it is up to me to work hard, take a chance when I get it and make a name for myself there."