Langerman was part of the victorious Matsatsantsa side that deservedly won the first ever Tshwane cup final derby.
But as of next season Langerman will be playing in the colours of the Brazilians.
"For me and the entire team it was our mandate to win this match. I am a professional and whenever I am on the pitch I want to be on the winning side regardless of who I am playing for.
"I know Sundowns are a team of great individual stars but I am confident that when I arrive there I will fight for my place in the team because I am not going there to be a benchwarmer," the 26-year old says.
With SuperSport claiming the Nedbank Cup this season they will next year take part in the CAF Confederations Cup but Langerman will not be part of that African experience.
"It is disappointing that I will not be playing continental football, but it is not train smash because I have had an experience of playing in Africa with SuperSport."
With Langerman having joined the list of many SuperSport players who have left the club to seek greener pastures at a bigger club, United coach Gavin Hunt has in recent times lambasted the tactics of rivals who have poached his best, but Langerman was unfazed by his coach's comments.
"It is not something new in football or at this club. I don't know why [Hunt] is saying that because it has always happened and it will continue to happen," Langerman says.