Sydney FC striker Bruno Cazarine may have finally found a place to call his temporary home after years of travelling around the globe.
The 27-year old Brazilian is now at his 12th professional club after kicking off his career in 2004 with Palmeiras but has moved from his homeland to Spain, to Portugal, to Italy and even South Korea amongst other stints in Brazil.
Cazarine admits he has found it hard to settle at his various clubs, mainly because of the standard of competition or the quality of the club he was with but suggests that Sydney could be a good place for him.
''Sometimes I was disappointed with the club and I decided to change, other times the competition was too hard, that's it,'' he said.
''Sydney is a lovely city, and I am happy here. I want to play better this first year, and then we see what happens.''
Cazarine has enjoyed a good start to his A-League career, scoring four goals in seven appearances culminating in a double in their first win of the season – a 2-1 result over Perth Glory – and he is enjoying doing well on both an individual and collective basis.
''Of course every striker needs to score,'' he says. ''I'm trying to do my best, first for the success of the club, but also for me.''