The 21-year-old was the subject of a transfer hijacking as Barca stole him from under the noses of Roma earlier this month.
But the Brazilian had gotten used to the idea of being in a Blaugrana shirt for quite some time, having admitted they have always been his video game team of choice.
“In video games I always played as Barcelona, and I always wanted to play here because I love the style of play,” he said.
“I want to work hard to win a lot of titles and make history.
“I want to play with [Lionel] Messi, the best player in the world.”
Though Barcelona’s season has not officially got underway, Malcolm has made an impact already by scoring in a pre-season friendly defeat against Roma – the club he had spurned.
And the Sao Paulo-born attacker concedes he is still in dreamland after his €41 million move.
“I have managed to come to the best team in the world,” he added. “Barcelona is more than a club for me and I feel privileged to be here.
“All players dream of playing with Barcelona. I didn’t imagine it would be so soon, but I knew I could fulfil my dream of playing here.”
Speculation had started to gather pace over the 25-year-old’s future following Jose Mourinho’s public dressing down of the former Juventus star, however, a switch to the Camp Nou was never likely during the summer transfer window.
That is according to super agent Mino Raiola.
Marca reports that is was never a possibility for the La Liga giants to secure a transfer for Pogba this summer, particularly as a potential fee could have usurped the £146m figure paid for Philippe Coutinho and £127m fee shelled out for Ousmane Dembele.
Hello, one and all – David Cooper here. The Premier League transfer window may be over but there’s still three weeks left of excitement/irritation/hopelessness across Europe.
Barcelona have apparently done most of their transfer business, but as the La Liga campaign draws closer, things are getting busier at the Nou Camp. Follow all the latest updates below.
4.00pm – Messi named new Barcelona captain
The La Liga champions have named four skippers for the new campaign, along with Sergio Busquets, Gerard Pique and Sergi Roberto.
Messi was named club vice-captain in 2015 and, having also captained Argentina since 2010, was the obvious choice to take over from Iniesta.
All four players came through La Masia which means the team will be captained by a player who came through the ranks in each fixture.
10:30 – Barcelona old boy Yerry Mina excited for move to ‘best league in world’
Blink and you’d have missed him at Barcelona – the Yerry Mina transfer saga this summer seemingly trundled on longer than his actual career with the Blaugrana.
Ernesto Valverde finally got what he want as Mina left the club on the EPL deadline day for a princely profit. Read what Mina had to say here after he was unveiled at Goodison Park.