New recruit Bruce Kamau is hopeful of making an instant impact at the Red & Black after a frustrating campaign with Melbourne City in 2017/18.
Bruce Kamau struggled to lock-down a spot in Warren Joyce’s starting side last season, deciding to swap Melbourne for Sydney’s west in a bid to reignite his Hyundai A-League career.
Since signing with the Wanderers, Kamau has certainly found his spark and is aiming to have his best season yet.
"So far I've been enjoying Western Sydney, the club, the team, the coaches and every aspect about it," said Kamau.
"I'm looking forward to a successful season. As a team, we're striving to win trophies.
"Individually for myself, it's about having the best season possible and getting back to enjoying football really, that's something key for myself.”
Kamau shared what it has been like working under head coach Markus Babbel and assistant coach Jean-Paul de Marigny during pre-season.
“He's (Markus Babbel) a bit quiet and watches over the sessions more where JP (Jean-Paul de Marigny), the assistant coach, will run the sessions a bit more," explained Kamau.
"But definitely he'll add his input and when he does speak it's high value and important stuff he wants to talk to us about.
"I'm enjoying working under him, he's an approachable guy, friendly, and he's got a wealth of experience we can tap into."