“It was difficult in the beginning‚ as I expected it to be‚” Tau told TimesLIVE in Brussels of his move to Belgium.
“Coming to a new environment was always going to be a challenge for me‚ but it was something I was prepared for. I have settled really well and am enjoying my football here.
“The coach‚ the players‚ they have all really welcomed me and I feel very comfortable here. My goal this season is to play and learn‚ get used to living in Europe and improve as a player.”
Tau admits that helping Union to promotion would be a massive moment for him in his first season abroad.
“It would be something very special‚ I would have to take a lot of pictures with that trophy!
“To come here and help the team to achieve that would be something I could always look back on as a big moment in my career.”
Union have two massive matches coming up‚ starting with a home clash against third-placed Lommel on Sunday‚ before they make the trip to table-topping Mechelen on November 11.