Be warned. From now on the world and his Australian wife will be linked to the Canaries thanks to the man that who stepped off a plane at a little after 6.30am this morning.
No doubt with one or two names scribbled on the back of an empty Marlboro fag packet. Names that might, only now, be circulating around Carrow Road.
Like that of 23-year-old Fulham centre-half Adrian Leijer. He fits. Right age to have caught Mr Crook's eye – be it with the Australian Olympic side or with Melbourne Victory.
But until City officials wait for their new first team coach to shrug off the jet lag following his overnight flight home from Sydney and then reveal just who he had been speaking to overnight, so it was open to debate whether or not Leijer was about to become B Gunn's first signing since becoming full-time Canary boss.
Certainly this morning there were one or two quizzical looks at the season ticket launch from senior officials; another gave it 'Who?' this afternoon.
But, there is clearly an Aussie network out there with Crook revealing on Wednesday that there were already 200-plus kids from Oz now plying their trade in Europe; most of whom will have crossed his path at some stage or another.
As will their agents; the middle-men who probably come to Europe with a list as long as your arm of those with a Greek or an Italian grandmother that was always destined to be the next Tim Cahill.
Throw in the Omosuzi-Hodgson-Stefanovic connection and Leijer remains a good shout as his Mr Ten Per Cent – his agent Tom Brookes – started to earn his money and started to work that Down Under link.
“He is at a top Premiership club and with Fulham doing well this year, the chances just haven't been there,” said Brookes.
“Both the club and he agree that he needs to play, so at some point during January we will get him out on loan and they (Fulham) will monitor him closely wherever he goes.”
In the meantime, as Chippy unpacks his bags and says a few 'G'days' to few, familiar faces, everyone will have to wait a while longer to see what names are actually in his little, black book.