Short-term signing Vadocz happy in Perth

Hungarian recruit Krisztian Vadosz says Perth Glory’s remarkable run of form makes him want to stay with the club.

Vadocz joined Glory in January for the remainder of the 2015-16 season but has been integral to the side’s surge up the ladder.

Since debuting against Wellington in early February, Glory have won six out of seven games with Vadocz starting each match.

The 30-year-old central midfielder, who lists Osasuna and Alaves as former clubs, has impressed, earning selection in this week’s A-League team of the round.

“I am feeling really good and I’m enjoying my time here,” Vadocz told FourFourTwo.

“(It’s easy to enjoy) when you’re part of the winning team every weekend.

“I’m still ambitious to have the same continuity for the future, as we’re doing right now.

“Until now, I’m really satisfied and I’m really happy about my adaptation.

“It was so fast and from the beginning, I was a valuable part of the team.”

The 39-time Hungary international said he was glad to re-pay Perth for giving him an opportunity.

Vadocz had drifted from Denmark to India to Switzerland and Spain in recent years, before landing with Perth where he’s earned the regular football he’s been craving.

“Perth Glory gave me a chance to show my quality in Australia and I’ve shown I’m a valuable player and can be a positive influence on the team,” he said.

“I think I’ve done well in the last few weeks and if you’re always in the winning team, it’s easier to be recognized.

“It’s more than 10 years for me in the business, so I know how to be in good shape and rise up to the occasion.”

Vadocz also said he was enjoying a good working relationship with coach Kenny Lowe, along with compatriot and former Hungary youth international team-mate Gyorgy Sandor.

“The Hungarians are always strong and tough,” he said. “We knew each other from when we were just kids.

“We can talk in Hungarian on the pitch. We can give some commands more easily to each other.

“We are doing a good job and I hope at the end of the season we can talk about it again in the same way.

“We are happy about our performance but we’re still in the middle of the process and our objective is still ahead of us.

Perth are away to Newcastle Jets on Saturday, where a victory will seal their finals spot.