"It's been good but tough. I had a pretty easy off season and haven't trained for a while. Monday morning's legs and weights session was quite hard but I enjoyed it."
"I was a bit nervous because I've never changed clubs before but the boys have been great. You do wonder before you arrive if they're going to take to you and how you're going to get on with the staff and the training but I've really enjoyed it so far."
"Rugby banter is the same wherever you go and a few of the boys have been piping up a bit but they're a good bunch and I've been getting on really well with Andy Hazell and Will James in particular."
Also, an accomplished Sevens performer, Cox was viewed as an openside in his England U20s days, but it's been made obvious to him by the Gloucester hierarchy that they see him as capable of playing more than one position.
"The coaches want me to practice in all three positions in the back row so that's what I'm working towards. I can learn an awful lot from some of the other players, they've been playing at an incredibly high standard in the Premiership for a long time."
"They know what they're doing but I know what I can bring to the party and it's all part and parcel of the game that there's competition for places."
"For now, I've a long preseason ahead of me so I'm getting my head down and working hard and we'll see what happens."
It's relatively short move geographically speaking and one that he could well have made in the past and the 22 year old confirmed that he's delighted to be at Kingsholm and raring to go.
"I wasn't getting much game time at Worcester and I couldn't see much future for myself there to be honest. But I've always admired Gloucester as a club and was set to come here a few years ago but, I was quite young at the time and moving clubs seemed a big thing, so I stayed at Worcester."
"In hindsight, perhaps I should have made the move then but I'm really happy to be here now."
"I've only been here a week so it's early days so I'm just happy to be here and getting stuck into doing the weights and the speed work. It's been pretty tough and a couple of notches up from what I've experienced before but that's good. The boys do work hard here."
"But I'm really itching for the season to start and to get back to playing rugby again. Working hard this preseason will help me to come back fitter, faster and stronger and can't wait to run out at Kingsholm for the first time. It's a great ground and the atmosphere is second to none."