The Fijian international outside back is looking to develop while with Catalans, and feels he can bring a lot to the team.
“Mick Potter – he’s the Fijian national coach,” he told Dragons TV.
“He had a word to me about what’s going on at Catalans at the moment, and what they’re looking to improve in.
“It’s something that I can help with, and bring something from Australia.
“It was him and Justin Horo – I played with him at Manly. He’s said nothing but good things about the team, the football and the lifestyle here.”
The chance to play regular first-team rugby was also one that Williame felt was too good to miss.
“I liked it at Manly, but I got the chance to come over here and play some first grade with Catalans,” he said.
“That’s something I couldn’t turn down.
“It’s an opportunity I probably won’t take up later in my career, so it’s an opportunity for my partner and daughter to see the world a bit as well.
“So that’s why I’ve come over.
“I’ve not come over here for a holiday, I’m here to play footy and win footy games.”