One of the much-maligned players Kaizer Chiefs released in the off-season has difficulty talking about his experience at Naturena.
New Swallows FC goalkeeper Virgil Vries had a nightmare with the Glamour Boys after making big mistakes at critical stages of last season, leading to the supporters turning against him.
The Namibian keeper was signed by Amakhosi as a back-up for Itumeleng Khune after he picked up a long-term injury, however, things didn't go according to plan.
Speaking after his man-of-the-match for the Dube Birds in their 0-0 draw with Real Kings last Sunday, the 30-year-old said he is now focused on doing well in the GladAfrica Championship and does not think it is a step back in his career.
"I won't say it's a step back for my career, everything is a work-in-progress, you can learn here and get better," he said.
"It all about mindset as a player on how you take it. I'm happy to be here at Swallows and for me to contribute, and that is the most important thing for me right now.
"I don't want to talk about Chiefs because now I'm with Swallows. I just want to forget about it, what happened at Chiefs is the past.
"I don't have anything to prove to anyone, people know the goalkeeper I am and that is why I was at Kaizer Chiefs. It's part of the game and that's how you learn."
Swallows are in 14th position on the NFD log after six matches, just a point above the relegation zone, and recently replaced Zeca Marques with Brandon Truter as head coach.