The 28-year-old is set to embark on his second season at Pride Park, having joined the Rams in the summer of 2018 from Championship rivals Brentford for an undisclosed fee (official website).
Jozefzoon made 34 appearances in all competitions for Derby last term, including 28 in the league (Transfermarkt), as the East Midlands side made it all the way to the Championship playoff final and also claimed some good results in the cups.
With uncertainty amongst the Derby faithful given Chelsea's current pursuit of manager Frank Lampard, the Dutch ace's commitment to the cause was welcomed by the Rams fanbase, who took to Twitter to praise the player:
Big season coming up Flo! Backing you big time— Darren Doherty (@DarrenDoherty83) 25 June 2019
High Hope's for you this season! Great to see your commitment— archaeofarmer (@GeorgeLomas81) 25 June 2019
Fair play to him, he showed flashes of brilliance last year but wasn't consistent enough.— rp II (@R0b_Peat) 25 June 2019
Comes across like a decent fella, I'm pleased for him.
It could be easy to sack the off-season fitness regime In, & just wait until the new management team Is announced!
Good luck this season let's go ⚽️— Carl Porter (@portercarl1) 25 June 2019
This guy is gonna shine this season watch— Mitch banton (@derbymitch) 25 June 2019
Rate your work ethic— Adam (@goalhangeryt) 25 June 2019
Big season ahead smash it bro— Christopher Hill (@Chrissyh2711) 25 June 2019
Have a feeling you’ll be great next season!— David Ashton (@_DavidAshton) 25 June 2019
The former Ajax academy graduate, who scored seven goals in 39 league games for Brentford in 2017-18, moved to the Griffin Park outfit from Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven back in January 2017, and had represented the Netherlands at youth level up until the Under-21s (BBC Sport).
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