South Africa fly-half Morne Steyn will make his first Stade Francais start against Bayonne on Saturday.
After appearances off the bench, against Biarritz Olympique in August and last week at Racing Metro, Steyn will make his home debut.
And he is relishing pulling on the number 10 jersey at Stade Jean-Bouin.
"I'm really looking forward to my first start and I'm sure it will be fine. It's quite complicated at times but I'm progressing well and the other players are very helpful."
Steyn spent ten years with the Bulls in Pretoria but the Springbok already feels at home in Paris thanks to several South African compatriots.
"There are South Africans who have at the club for several years, such as Gerhard Mostert. They tell me where I can go shopping , take my baby, where the hospital is etcetera - it all helps.
"It's been two weeks since I began training with the team, the moves are becoming more fluid and I now know the calls better .
"This is a new experience and challenge for me. I came to Europe to improve as a player.
"In South Africa , we play a lot of kicking while here at Stade Francais we play the ball through the hands more and run more . I'm looking forward to playing this type rugby. "
Steyn is likely to get his first taste of European action in the Amlin Challenge Cup double header with London Irish in December. The Parisians are currently one-point adrift of the English club in Pool Five.
Bath Rugby look like heading into their Amlin Challenge Cup semi-final with London Wasps with a near fully fit squad to choose from after two more key men were cleared to return to the fold this weekend.