Highlands Park striker Rodney Ramagalela says everything is going as expected at his new home and he hopes to repay the faith of coach Owen Da Gama by achieving great things next season.
Ramagalela recently left Polokwane City for the Lions of the North after signing a pre-contract with the Johannesburg-based side.
"Everything is going well man, everything is going well," he tells snl24.com/kickoff.
"Next season I'm hoping to bang them in again, it's what I want to achieve. The achievement is to play well, that's the achievement at Highlands Park. You can't say you just want to be there for fun. As a team I believe they have already set their target to do well in where they want to be next season."
Ramagalela refuses to compare Polokwane City and Highlands Park as he only wants to focus on the job at hand.
"I'd rather not compare, I think I have a job at hand to do well at Highlands Park. What happened at Polokwane stays there, it's a new chapter for me to focus on and make sure I'm doing my job here at Highlands Park next season."
The striker took the opportunity to appreciate the Rise and Shine family for the opportunity they presented to him while still in Limpopo.
"I know that wherever they are... they wanted me to stay for another season, or at least two or more. But I still really appreciate their support, not only the supporters, also the teammates. We really had a good relationship between me and them during my stay in Polokwane and the assistant coach, previous coaches who came and went the time I was there," he adds.
"Also the chairman of the team Johnny Mogaladi... we might have our differences here and there but this is football. We're going to need each other, life has to go on. Things didn't work out the way we wanted. I had to move on.
"So I really appreciate the chance and the support they've given me and the love they've shown throughout my time at Polokwane City, and I believe whenever we're going to meet we'll try to be as professional as we are."