Wasiri Ola Williams has reacted after signing for former Premier League club Swansea City on an initial one-year contract with an option of another additional 12 months.
The 22-year-old defender who was born in London spent the last four seasons featuring for a number of non-league clubs.
Williams put pen to paper as Swansea City confirmed the signing via the club’s official website and social media handle.
Williams took to his Twitter handle to react after joining the former Premier League club as he will get together with his new teammates toward the beginning of pre-season.
The young Nigerian descent has featured Lewisham Borough, Tunbridge Wells, Sheppey United, Hatcham FC, Braintree Town and Corinthian Casuals in non-league football.
Notwithstanding football, Williams has worked with the adolescent foundation Reaching Higher, assisting with moving youngsters in Croydon to assume command over their lives.
Williams will be hoping to make an instant impact for Swansea City by helping gain promotion back to Premier League after finishing in 15 positions last season with 29 points behind Championship winner Fulham.