Orlando Pirates' new signing Vincent Pule has explained why he was worried when he first arrived at the Soweto giants.
Having finished the 2017/18 season with Bidvest Wits, Pule was one of the nine signings confirmed at the Buccaneers in preparation of the new season.
The winger is currently with Bucs in Zambia for the team's second phase of their pre-season, after completing the first phase that was held in Mpumalanga.
Speaking on Pirates' official website, the 26-year-old has spoken about his time at the club so far.
AS A BUCCANEER SO FAR
“I’m happy here, I was made to feel at home from the moment I arrived and I’m amazed at the team spirit and the level of support that I have received from the coaches and the players.”
ADJUSTING TO THE GAME MODEL
“Now that we are doing the practical application at training and with the support of my teammates, I have found it easier to understand what the coaches want from us.”
HIGHLIGHTS SO FAR
“The biggest highlight for me is that I’m here, playing for the biggest team in the country! I can scarcely believe it myself but I am just so honoured to be here. It is every boy’s dream to play for this Club, at least I know it was for me, so I am practically living my dream right now.”
“I believe that we have a responsibility to the Club and its supporters, and that is to play with commitment, passion and pride.”