Former Bulls fullback Warrick Gelant has found his feet in the Mother City and is happy with his move to the Stormers.
Gelant ended the Capetonians’ Super Rugby Unlocked campaign in top form, being a menace on attack from the back of the line.
Of his form since moving to Cape Town at the start of the tournament, Gelant says: “In the beginning I said we were building processes – we were patient and the guys are on an upwards curve now.”
He adds: “I am very happy here – we get good coaching.
"In the beginning we made a lot of unforced errors, but we know where we’re headed.”
Gelant will face his ex-teammates when he wears the Western Province jumper for the first time when the Currie Cup kicks off at Newlands next week.
The last time they crossed swords the match was stopped in the 63rd minute because of lightning strike, with the Bulls winning 39-6.
Of his ex-team, Gelant says: “They are a very good team at the moment. They are the team to beat, but we’re not the same side [that lost that game at Loftus Versfeld].”