Mamelodi Sundowns striker, Bongi Ntuli who is currently on trial in Sweden with Djurgårdens has spoken about his experience at the club.
It was revealed in Swedish media on July 30, that the 27-year-old jetted out to Sweden to begin his trial with the first tier club.
Ntuli has since spoken to dif.se, where he revealed that he is pleased to be at the club, although admitting that the first week in training has been tough on him.
"I am very pleased to be here and the reception has been great from the association. The first week was a little tough because I was not in shape when I arrived. But now I'm in it and back at my normal level,” Ntuli told the website.
"The level is good here and it is clear that competition is tough. The players work hard every day on the training and the games are in good shape.
“Of course, it is a different kind of football that Djurgården plays compared to Mamelodi Sundowns.
“I get to know the guys better and better and try to adapt to the type of football the team is playing. I gain new experience every day and learn more,” Ntuli told the website.
The player also confirmed that a decision about whether or not he will be signing for the club in the coming days is yet to be made.
"We have not had a call yet, but maybe we'll sit down and talk later in the week. Then we'll see how the situation is and what happens next,” he said.