Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Ronwen Williams has been pleased with his performances at his new club and hopes they carry over to Bafana Bafana.
Williams left SuperSport United at the end of last season and has hit the ground running at Chloorkop, where he has managed to keep Dennis Onyango out of the starting XI.
Now the shotstopper is looking to take that form into national team duty as he prepares for the games against Sierra Leone (on Saturday) and Botswana (next week Tuesday).
“SuperSport has been part of my life for 18 years, so at the beginning [after joining Sundowns], it was a bit difficult with the transition,” Williams told Safa media.
“But I had to take off my SuperSport hat immediately and start focusing on my new team and get the ball running because you want to start your career at your new club on a positive note and I think the quicker I took off that hat, the better it was for me.
“I think my start to my career at Sundowns has been good, the welcome I got and the nice thing is I knew most of the players – I have played with them at SuperSport as well as in the national team.
“So, it wasn’t too much of a transition. It was just to get to know how they do things.
“The main thing is I had a good start for my new team, so hopefully, I can take that into the national team now.”