The 32-year-old Swede penned a one-year deal with the Club to become part of Leonid Slutsky’s revolution at the KCOM Stadium and, although admitting he is still searching for match sharpness, Larsson is pleased with how smooth his settling process has gone.
“It’s been really good and I’ve settled in fantastically well,” he said.
“Obviously it’s been a quick start, coming in and playing games straight away, but I’m delighted I’ve been able to get a good few minutes under my belt already.
“When the international games are over with, I’ll come back feeling much fresher. Although my sharpness is not quite there just yet, it will improve with every minute I spend out on the pitch.”
Larsson made his full home debut in the 4-0 thrashing of Bolton last time out. The win took the Tigers’ to seven points from a possible 15 – a tally which the veteran midfielder believes represents a solid start to the new campaign.
“Obviously to bounce back after two disappointing results and claim all three points against Bolton, especially in the manner we won the game, was great,” he added.
“It’s given us a solid start to build on. Obviously, it’s a rebuilding job after relegation last season and a new manager coming in.
“We’ve also had a lot of new players come into the Club and we haven’t had much time together as a group, so we have to be pleased with the start we’ve made to the season. What we have to do now is build on it as we look to make it a successful campaign.”