He's the newest high-profile recruit to hit the South Coast football scene - an Australian representative and national league grand final winner who has worn the Wolves jersey with pride.No, it's not Sasho Petrovski, but new Dandaloo signing Adam Casey.The treble champions - whose campaign to regain the Premier League title starts against Port Kembla on Sunday - unveiled the former North Queensland Fury winger yesterday.The 24-year-old was part of Sydney FC's grand final-winning A-League squad of 2009-10 but is looking for a new home after the Fury folded earlier this month.Casey, who played for the Wolves during the 2005-06 state league season, was adamant his national league dream was still alive."I'm looking to play in the A-League again next season and Dandaloo have a system that is very flexible," Casey said. "I don't see it as playing in a lower league, I'll still be trying to progress. It's good quality [football] and I'll be playing."Despite his talent, Casey made just 30 national league appearances for the Fury, Sydney FC and the New Zealand Knights between 2006-2011 due to various injuries."It gives me the opportunity to work on my body a bit more, I've had a few injuries over the past couple of years," he said.He revealed Dandaloo - the club that has dominated the Illawarra scene virtually since inception - had a glowing reputation even at the nation's highest level."Even A-League players have talked about it, they've got a good set-up and financially very good," he said."For a local league club they attract a lot of good players."Casey has joined former internationals Alvin Ceccoli and Chris Jackson and past A-League player Noel Spencer on Dandaloo's high-quality books.The Olyroos and Joeys representative is looking forward to playing under coach Norm Boardman."I don't mind where I play, people have used me on the wing and through my junior days I played up front or as an attacking midfielder," Casey said.