The Missouri Tigers wasted little time naming Clemson transfer QB Kelly Bryant the starter for this season, and now he’s working on making his final year of eligibility his best yet.

On Wednesday, Bryant sat down with the Mizzou Football media team and discussed his time in Columbia so far.

As you can see below, the talented dual-threat quarterback is loving being a part of the Tiger team through spring practices:

“I love it,” he said. “I love it, I love it. It’s just a feel thing. I’m at peace right now. I’d say I’m comfortable, but I’m not comfortable, because I don’t want to feel relaxed and just going through the motions. I’m grateful for this opportunity, but at the end of the day, you still have to perform. I’m at peace, but now I feel like I can be who I actually am.”

The Tigers are currently facing a postseason ban for 2019, but if that gets overturned, Bryant could lead a talented roster to a solid bowl game. That would be a great ending to his college career.