Georgia Yeoman-Dale has no regrets about switching a sky blue jersey for a red and black one after her cross-city move to Western Sydney Wanderers.
The 24-year-old signed for Wanderers on Friday 24 August after spells with Westfield W-League rivals Canberra United, Newcastle Jets and most recently Sydney FC.
Leena Khamis and Kylie Ledbrook were also revealed on Friday as the newest recruits in Western Sydney, and Yeoman-Dale believes head coach Dan Barrett’s squad is already shaping up to be a contender.
Barrett also moved across the Harbour City, and Yeoman-Dale admits that his involvement was certainly a factor to move across Sydney.
”I think I've chosen the right way,” she said.
”I think as soon as you see an ex-Sydney FC coach moving over to the Wanderers, players like myself who enjoyed playing for him makes the decision a little bit harder.
”I'm really excited about joining the Wanderers, it's my fourth club now but it's the right move at the moment.”
Yeoman-Dale, who made her Westfield Matildas debut as an 18-year-old and has since collected five caps, is wasting no time in targeting a trip to the finals in her first season as a Western Sydney Wanderer.
”Personally, I'm looking to have a season where I enjoy it and I'm playing good football constantly.”
”As a team, the squad we are bringing together is looking really competitive and finals would be a nice way to finish off the season,” said Yeoman-Dale.