De Bock is an unknown quantity on these shores but he believes he is ready for the rough and tumble of the Championship.
"My weakness, sometimes I have to keep my focus every minute of the game, but I think it will not be a problem to work on it".
"I'm very happy to be here and it feels like the next step in my career", he said. I'm really looking forward to playing at this lovely club in front of the handsome fans at the stadium and atmosphere.
The Belgian, who has appeared in several Belgium squads though is yet to make his full worldwide debut, has been handed the No 12 shirt at Elland Road and will be available to make his debut in Saturday's clash against Ipswich at Portman Road.
"I also know that when I was younger they were playing in the Premier League and everybody has the same handsome words about Leeds". It was quite a big decision I had to make, because I also have my wife and little boy.
"But I am 25 now, and I had to make the decision to play in the most attractive football country in the world".
"I am already imagining that the stadium is full and I am on the pitch".