NORBERTAS Radzevicius is relishing his switch to Westcliff.

The winger made the move to the Gables from Rochford Hundred.

And he is already enjoying being at the National Two South club who host Old Albanians this weekend.

“Things at Westcliff are definitely great and I’m pleased to be here,” said Radzevicius.

“The team’s atmosphere is high and things will be on the up soon on the pitch as well I’m sure.

“Everyone at the club has definitely been welcoming and they are happy to have me at the club so it’s been great and it’s not been hard to settle in.”

Radzevicius made his debut in Saturday’s 42-5 defeat at Tonbridge Juddians.

But the winger is pleased to be back alongside a number of familiar faces.

“I’ve known a few people down at the club from previously playing against them and from also coaching the Westcliff Lionesses,” said Radzevicius.

“But getting to know the newer and less seen faces is always a good thing.

“I think the guys have really welcomed me well into the team, and I’m here to give it 110 per cent for the club.”

Westcliff were promoted from the London & SE Premier Division via the play-offs last season and have produced a number of spirited performances at the higher level.

Despite that, Westcliff have been beaten in nine of their 10 games so far this term.

And Radzevicius feels it is a tough league to play in.

“National Two is definitely a league in which you need to swim in, otherwise you will sink,” said the winger.

“My first game was against the team at the top of the league so I was probably thrown in at the deep end.

“But I think everyone stepped up, despite the result.

“We could definitely take the pros and cons from the game and work on the small things to make us better moving forwards.”

Westcliff sit second from bottom in the standings with nine points from 10 games.

And they will now be looking to add to that tally when they host Old Albanians at the Gables tomorrow.

“Going into the next few weeks, these are the games we are really targeting,” said Radzevicius.

“The boys are looking forward to the game this weekend and we are all working really hard to make sure we get the result we all want and feel as though we can get.”

Old Albanians head into the game sitting 10th in the standings with four victories from their first 10 games of the season.