SANFORD, Fla. – Kljestan is not forgetting because of disappointment last year last year.
However, entering City City's reform squad, it is renewal feelings in its second year with the Lions.
"You do not want to forget about one year, but you'd like to like it and make it better this year," said Kljestan with the reporters on Wednesday. "Of course, this is a great year this year, of course, and, of course, we'd like to correct last year's last year, especially after a good start for the past season. Very happy, the group is fantastic. The team is a real feeling against the program in the playground. The spirit of the team is really good, so it's exciting to be around. It's renewing. "
Kljestan, 33, joined the Lions before the MLS 2018 season after three seasons with New York Red Bulls, which saw double job help numbers during his tenancy.
However, these numbers did not record as a former player of Anderlecht but he helped play series during his first year with Orlando.
The worst season of Orlando in MLS last year was Kljestan's most frustrating season for his professional career. Therefore, the middle program has taken steps to correct the correction of last year, including specific ones such as watching the NBA during the championship to help shape its leadership.
"There are always parts of your game that could be better, that includes leadership," Kljestan said. "I'm looking at the NBA many, and I watch many of these guys who sign up maximum contracts, and then you see them better and better … James Harden, Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, guys who reached the top and you see in the offseason that they work on what they are not, and that part is exciting.
"When I was at home, there is always a lot of agility," he said. "After such a long land, this was the longest longest I had. It was crucial that I made sure that I really came [and] ensuring that I got physically stronger. "
The offseason changes are mainly aimed at adding younger players, and Kljestan believes that the coach James O Connor has progressed on some of the most weaknesses of the team.
"I think James has made a very good job in a good group of guin with great potential and it's the players for everyone to buy," Kljestan said. "We have three weeks and a half, and the level of commitment, the level of the buyer, the group together inside the inside and outside the corridor room is at a very good level.
"It was a preseason fun so far," he said. "It's very difficult, but it's fun, and I think we're stuck in the right direction. I think everyone is now very optimistic, including myself."