David Wagner feels Norwich City’s transfer business is complete with the signing of Swiss international Christian Fassnacht.

The right-sided midfielder took 15 minutes of his debut to score in Tuesday’s 2-0 friendly win over Toulouse in Austria.

Fassnacht is the latest addition following the earlier summer arrivals of Ashley Barnes, Jack Stacey, Shane Duffy, Borja Sainz and impressive youngster Kellen Fisher.

Max Aarons and Milot Rashica were onlookers at Kufstein after linking up with the squad at the start of their eight-day Austrian trip.

Wagner admitted after the Toulouse victory only potential exits will alter City’s transfer strategy from this point onwards.

“I'm very happy that we have done with Christian maybe our business for this window,” he said. “I think so. I'm very pleased with the squad which we have now together. Obviously everybody knows that Milot and Max are back with us in the last days as well and catching up now with their individual fitness programme.

“I'm absolutely happy. I can say that I don't expect some further business will be done, apart from obviously if some players will leave us, and then obviously we have to assess it maybe again. But I think we've done most of the things which we wanted to do.”

Fassnacht made his debut 24 hours after completing his move from Young Boys.

“He is a type of winger which we don't have in our squad,” said Wagner, who worked with the midfielder in Switzerland. “He's a threat for goals, he arrives in the box if the opposite winger crosses the ball.

"He is so experienced, he knows how football works. You can see in this game. He didn’t know all the players’ names because (on Monday) the paperwork wasn't done early enough for him to be able to train with us.

“But you've seen how tactically he moved into the right spaces at the right moment. He scored a goal and I think he has shown a lot of the skills which we feel he has.

“Obviously we have to give him all the time and a lot of support that he settles in with his wife as best as he can and as soon as he can as well.

“There's still a lot of travelling for him because tonight (Tuesday) he has to travel to Munich tomorrow, then he has to fly to London again because of the visa issues, then he flies back tomorrow evening to be back then for Thursday and Friday and then we go back to England.

“He is a top professional and he was desperate to make this move.”

Wagner has warned Fassnacht a move to England will be a major career change.

“It helps that he knows the style of play a little bit and the training regime as well but it will be a challenge,” said the City boss. “I said this to him every day, even if it's only England and not the end of the world, it is a challenge because it's a new country and you have so many situations where you don't know what to do, but he likes to have this challenge.

“When you work with the player you know him not only as a player but, character-wise, what is his strength, and also his background. You can judge a little bit better how desperate he is to play for your football club, to leave his comfort zone and to come into a new country.

“Farsy really gave me the impression that this is exactly the move he wanted to have.”

Our correspondents are out in Austria for the latest leg of Norwich City's pre-season tour in association with Cavell Healthcare.