Ivan Winstanley is looking to make his mark at his new club Moroka Swallows and is set to come face-to-face with twin brother Neil when the Birds take on Sundowns on Sunday.
It will be the first time the brothers face each other since they turned professional, previously plying their trade at Wits University.
"It is the first time that me and my twin brother Neil have joined different teams, but that is not a worry to me. I first need to learn the way things are done here at Swallows," said Ivan.
When Ivan joined Swallows, his brother joined the big spending Sundowns and the two teams are going to meet this Sunday in a Castle Premiership match which Ivan claim is going to the biggest match of the season.
"I don't know if I will be in the Swallows team because like I said before, I am still new here and the coach is still working with me to find out where I can play," said the big player.
Ivan said that he is not sure which position he will play for the Birds this season and wherever Gavin Hunt think he will be of most value to the team, he will play that position.
"I played centre back against Ajax Cape Town in my first game and I enjoyed it but I will not judge my performance out of that match because Ajax are not as good as they were last season," he also said.
Ivan also confessed that coming from Wits where he was used to the 4-5-1 formation, he is yet to adjust to the lethal 4-4-2 formation that the Beautiful Flying Birds uses.
"I am enjoying playing for Swallows and all the players have been wonderful to me since I came here and that have made it easy for me to fit in the culture of Swallows," he said.