Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs midfielder William Twala is pleased with his progress at the team after joining at the start of the year from Chippa United.
Twala has had an big impact at Amakhosi, having featured in every domestic match since his arrival making seven starts and six appearances as a substitute.
Although Chiefs have had an indifferent season, the attacker remains optimistic that the team can turn the corner after a seven game winless run.
"In as far as my goals and dreams are concerned I think I am going in the right direction," Twala told KickOff.
"It has been a very happy journey so far. It is a pity the results have not been forthcoming, but I feel comfortable and at home already.
"Coming from a big club previously I had to adjust myself seeing that I was coming to a big club again. So I was ready mentally and I didn't necessarily have to take that much time to prepare myself.
"So far I am happy with my contribution and offer myself to any kind of situation that the coach will want me to apply to."
Chiefs will next face University of Pretoria at the Tuks Stadium on Wednesday.