Orlando Pirates defender Olisa Ndah has revealed his first impressions of the DStv Premiership since his arrival at the beginning of the current campaign.
Ndah has hit the ground running since a transfer to the South African top-flight from Nigerian outfit Akwa United.
"The league has good players," Ndah said.
"It's pacey and quite tactical. So yeah, I think the standard is good.
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"It hasn't been that tough to adapt. From the way the coaches want us to play, to how the rest of the teams play. It hasn't been really that difficult for me."
The 23-year-old defender's next assignment is a trip to KwaZulu-Natal as the Buccaneers travel to face Lamontville Golden Arrows, who sit in tenth place on the log.
"I don't know much about them," Ndah said.
"From what I've seen I think they'll try and counter-attack, as well as build from the back. On our side, we can use our high press, because it's been working for us."
"I'm always looking to improve and we need silverware because it's been a while.
"We have to challenge for the league, we need to start from this weekend and start stringing together some good results," he concluded.