It shouldn’t be too difficult…
You’ll need enough low-loss coax with “N” male connectors to reach from the outdoor antenna to your receiver.
The closer you can get the receiver to the antenna, within reason, the better.
You’ll also need an adapter to go from the indoor end of the coax to your receiver. Most receivers have a female MCX connector, so that means a female “N” to a male MCX. Remember the gender refers to the electrical fitting, not the threaded fitting.
I prefer the type that has a short coax between the connectors as opposed to the “solid” connection type.
In addition many people like to add a high-pass filter like the Mini-Circuits SHP-1000 (or roll your own!), which will require a slightly different combination of coax-to-filter-to-receiver combination.
Of course, you’ll need a nice high spot to mount the the antenna and some form of pipe or pole to attach it to.
Good luck, and please be careful if you’re working on the roof or at any heights!