Last Updated: Fri, 14 Jun 2013 14:03
New Aston Villa signing Jores Okore insists he was right to turn down Chelsea after agreeing a four-year deal at Villa Park.
Jose Mourinho failed in trying to make the former FC Nordsjaelland man his first signing after returning to Stamford Bridge for a second stint in charge.
The 20-year-old will become the second new recruit of the summer as the Villans look to avoid another relegation battle, Leandro Bacuna has also agreed a three-year deal for a reported £1million.
Punters using their free bet may be interested to know the defender believes that Paul Lambert's side are capable of aiming for a European finish next season after revealing talks with the boss.
Okore said: "I have a good feeling it was the right decision to turn down Chelsea.
"I feel that I have arrived at a club that believes in me.
"The manager has said all the right things and that has caught my attention. This is going to be good."
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