Published Tuesday, 21 August 2012
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Ulster reached the European Final in May and Williams signed up in June after his former coach Mark Anscombe took charge.
The No.8 from Auckland got his first taste of the home crowd on Saturday during Ulster's 14-14 draw with the Leicester Tigers.
"It was great having the fans cheer for me rather than against me," joked the 28-year-old who helped guide Munster to Magners League victory in 2008/09.
"Ulster were so impressive throughout the Heineken Cup last year, not just the knock out stages but their games against Clermont and Leicester were outstanding. I couldn't turn down a move here, it would be hard for anyone to.
"Belfast is a small city so everyone rallies round and makes you feel very welcome. It's also nice having John Afoa, Jared Payne and Mark Anscombe here too.
"Mark gave me my first chance at North Harbour in the Air New Zealand Cup so I'm delighted to be working with him again.
"He is a very good coach and one who doesn't beat about the bush, he's very honest."
Williams can't wait to get back to competitive action in the Pro 12 having played for the Blues, Munster and Aironi during his career.
He spent two years at Thomond Park before moving to Italy for a year where he scored 10 tries in 31 games. He signed a two year contract with Ulster in June.
He is known for his explosive ball carrying and is very physical in defence.
Ulster play their final pre-season friendly against the Newcastle Falcons on Friday night at Ravenhill (7.30 Kick-off) before starting the Pro 12 at home to Glasgow the following Friday.