Bolt, an eight-time Olympic gold medallist and world-record holder in the 100 metres, trained behind closed doors on Thursday, and United States worldwide Christian Pulisic told ESPN FC he had been delighted to work with the 31-year-old.
"Hopefully the team welcome me in the near future", Bolt told bundesliga.com after his remarkable trial session in Brakel, Dortmund.
Bolt, an eight-time Olympics champion dubbed the world's fastest person, scored a header and a penalty during the training session.
Bolt had announced on Twitter on Thursday that he would be joining BVB for training ahead of his charity match for Soccer Aid against England celebrity XI on June 10 at Old Trafford.
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Bolt also signed autographs and clicked photos with the massive army of fans who had come to the ground to watch him train.
"If they tell me I'm good enough and need a bit of training, then I'll do it".
The training session will be open to the public, with the world record holder in the 100 and 200 meters, who retired past year, a major crowd puller.
"We sat, we talked, made jokes, they asked me questions and I asked them questions. I think it was fun for him", Stoeger said.
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In the footage below - which is now full-length at 1hour 15minutes long - Bolt goes through the usual warm-up before taking part in a couple of keep-ball drills and then a proper game.
A deft chip nearly brought him a sublime second, but Bolt - who converted a spot kick in a penalty shootout - had done enough to show he has the talent.
Bolt is now on a two-day trial for Borussia Dortmund, with hopes of playing soccer professionally for the German club. I wanted to move and give the guys options and I tried my best.
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