Wanderers midfielder Raddy Majewski spoke to Big Sports Breakfast this morning about the Red & Black's upcoming FFA Cup clash against Perth Glory.
Majewski has been in Australia for just over a month now and has settled in well to life in Western Sydney.
"At the beginning, I said basically I need two things - a car and a training ground. An apartment as well because I need to live somewhere," said Majewski.
"From there, everything has been easy for me and I am just getting used to the training ground and the people.
"I still need to learn English because I haven't spoken English in a while and I think it's going to take time for me to get used to the place and my new teammates.
"It's always difficult in the beginning (when moving to a new club) but in time it's much better."
Majewski will experience his first taste of competitive football on Wednesday night when the Wanderers travel to Dorrien Gardens to take on Premiers Plate winners Perth Glory.
"It's better to play competitive games than friendly games," said Majewski.
"This will be our first official exam against Perth so it'll be good to play a game like that and see where we are at the minute.
"It's just the beginning so I cannot judge us yet, but I've seen some of the live FFA Cup games from the other week and I see the level."