Middle blocker Mika Reyes admitted that he is still in the adjustment period with a new family in the Philippine Superliga - the Sta. Lucia Lady Realtors.
Reyes is still changing not only the Lady Realtors system but also the new looks he has with the team.
But Reyes is open to changes and is ready to love the group that will be his partner throughout the PSL adventure.
“It's really exciting. There are many adjustments but it's time for me to learn and grow (not only as a person but as a player as well). I also need to explore something else. That opportunity opened up so I took it, nothing to lose, ”Reyes said.
Reyes has also been in Petron for three years.
With hardship and comfort the Blaze Spikers took care of the former De La Salle University standout.
One day in January, news broke that Reyes had moved to Sta. Lucia.
Reyes is accustomed to change.
Reyes was a part of F2 Logistics in 2016 before crossing to Petron in 2017 to 2019.
"I'm thankful to Petron for giving me such a wonderful experience," Reyes said.
Reyes has gradually developed a connection with his teammates and especially the setter he has just joined the league.
“It was a bit of a mess because a lot of them had never been teammates like Rubie de Leon and Djanel Cheng. So we still have to work to get better chemistry, ”Reyes said.
Reyes is already in action for Sta. Lucia in the previous PSL Super Cup.