Former Leeds United and York City goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell on why he opted to go abroad over a second Sheffield Wednesday stint
But the Northern Ireland international preferred to learn a different way of life and football.
"It's really nice, a beautiful country, a great city," said Peacock-Farrell of the Jutland club. "It feels very natural and there's been no issues settling.
"I had a couple of options in England and this one really stood out in terms of a different way of football.
"European football is so different to the Premier League, Championship, League One, so it was another learning experience and hopefully it's a good one by the end of the season."
British players abroad are still pretty rare – Saturday's England team was the first to feature three players based overseas (Harry Kane, Jude Bellingham and Jordan Henderson) since 1993.
"I'm not sure why," said Peacock-Farrell when asked why British players seem so reluctant to play abroad. "Maybe it's a cultural thing but maybe it's because the Premier League is here and everyone wants to come."