Jake McGing might be in the middle of a relegation battle but the Australian defender has no regrets about his transfer to Polish club Wisla Plock.
In March McGing traded Central Coast Mariners for the Ekstraklasa oufit.
The 24-year old has hit the ground running in Poland, already making nine first-team appearances.
The Nafciarze are sitting in fifth spot in the eight-team relegation playoffs, with the bottom two teams relegated. But McGing's club are travelling well with four wins from their past five games.
"It’s been a different experience over here for sure, going from the summer of Australia playing in the A-League to getting off the plane it was one degrees," he told FTBL.
"It’s been really good so far, I’ve enjoyed it a lot. It’s a really professional club. We’re looking good to stay in the league, so hopefully we do. It’s a really good league, it’s got some unbelievable players.
"It’s been very different for me going from the A-League to playing in Europe. I’m definitely relishing it. The fans take it very seriously here. We’ve got a good group of fans."
McGing admits the change in standard from that in Australia has been an eye-opener.
"It’s a whole different style of football," he said.
"It’s very results-driven considering they’ve got relegation here, which is different to what I’ve had in the A-League before. It’s a really high standard and there’s teams that play in the Champions League and the Europa League.
"It’s a good league to test myself in. You’re basically playing for your life over here so it’s a whole different ball game."