Kamau on his ambitions

Western Sydney Wanderers new signing Bruce Kamau outlines what he hopes to achieve while at the club and what it will be like linking up with his former teammates at the Red & Black. 

A familiar face in the Hyundai A-League, Kamau has joined the Wanderers for the next two seasons from Melbourne City.

The Kenyan-born winger made his professional debut in 2014 after playing his youth football in Adelaide at clubs including Adelaide City, Adelaide Olympic and Campbelltown City SC.

"I'm excited to start a new chapter and I'm happy to be at Western Sydney. It's a club that has had a lot of success in the past and I'm hoping to have some more success there with the squad for the two years that I will be at the club," said Kamau. 

"I'd love to win another Premiers Plate, title and a FFA Cup. Those three trophies are what I'm hoping to add to my resume while I'm at the Wanderers."

Kamau


Kamau has made the move to the Red & Black with his former City teammates, Nick Fitzgerald and Ruon Tongyik, something which he believes will assist him in the lifestyle and football transition process. 

"Ruon and I, we've played together for quite some time and I've played with Fitzy for the last two years," said Kamau.

"So it's always good to have people you know and can relate with so I think that's going to help.

"I've also got a few friends and family members in Sydney too so it will make it a bit easier in that sense too."

Tongyik, Kamau


The pacey forward has scored seven goals in 71 appearances in the Hyundai A-League and is hoping he can add more to that tally during his stint with the Red & Black.

"I think, I have that ability to be creative in the final third and come up with assists and goals," noted Kamau. 

"I want to help the team in that way and I think that is something I can bring to the club.

"That's something I think with consistency will help me achieve the goals I've told you about."