The 25-year old American-born player left his homeland of Japan to try his luck in Australia, joining New South Wales Premier League club APIA Leichhardt before winning a contract with the reigning A-League champions.
"It's been a lot different to the State League. The level of the State League and A-League is very different. The speed, it's just a lot stronger so I have to make decisions much quicker but it's really good fun." Moriyasu said.
"In Japan it's more technical and much different but over here it's very strong and fast so I'm going to fully adjust to it hopefully soon."
"Wellington haven't lost a game in a couple of months or even maybe a year there so I hope we play well and break that record and we get the win and the three points," Moriyasu said.