Tshibola recently joined Villa from Championship rivals Reading on a four-year contract, as announced on the Villans’ official Twitter page.
The former England Under-18 international has also thanked everyone at Reading for their support over the years.
First I like to thank God - without him, none of this would be possible!— Aaron Tshibola (@AaronTshibola) July 11, 2016
He has blessed me with… https://t.co/akf66CfXBj
First I like to thank God - without him, none of this would be possible! He has blessed me with an opportunity I could have never imagined so early in my career. My faith in him has never been brought into question. Without the support of my family, my agent and my friends, who have have supported me through the good and the bad times of last season especially. I am honoured to be a Aston Villa player, and cannot wait to begin doing my part to help this great club get back to where it belongs. I would like to give a massive thank you to @readingfc nurturing and developing me from a young boy, into a young man. Furthermore, a special mention to the fans who have been amazing and extremely supportive. I met some great people and made friends who will be friends for life! Last, but surely not least...Eamonn Dolan! A man who played an integral part in my development. A true gentlemen who will never be forgotten. Thank you! #Newbeginnings #Claretandblue #Godisawesome AT
Tshibola is a talented young midfielder who has experience of playing in the Championship.
During the 2015-16 season, the 21-year-old created five chances in 12 Championship appearances for Reading.
The youngster had a pass accuracy of 83% and a shot accuracy of 25%, and won 15 headers, eight dribbles and 11 tackles.
Villa will play in the Championship next season after getting relegated from the Premier League at the end of the 2015-16 campaign.
The Villans will be aiming to finish in the top two of the league table during the 2016-17 campaign, but they are going to find it very difficult.