?It?s very different from the U/20s,? he told Football NSW.
?It?s a good step up and I know I need to keep working hard and keep going if I am to achieve the personal goals I have set for myself.?
Mum, Dad and family are seen as the biggest influences to his career so far but he is quick to point out.
?Obviously I have had some great coaching to get this far as well as the support of my family and I?m grateful to have been given the opportunity to play in the Suns? first team.
?The speed of the game is so much faster in first grade and of course it?s more physical so it?s a hurdle I have had to deal with and hopefully that is being shown in performances and I am able to repay the faith shown in me by the club.?
As yet another Manchester United fan, he cites Didier Drogba and Cristiano Ronaldo as his favourite players and with no wife, children or girlfriend as yet he is free to concentrate on his football.
?No I don?t have any kids, wife or girlfriend.
?I?m a bit like Huss (Huseyin Jasli) in that regard.?
With a birthday just passed in February Urosevski has the usual dreams of any player his age of going on.
?In five year?s time I would hope I am playing well firstly and in the Hyundai A-League at a high standard and further down the track at a higher level again whether that is overseas or for Australia.
?Like most I see the Hyundai A-League as being the first step to a higher career but my first priority must be to play well for Rockdale City Suns consistently and work hard and see where it takes me.?
Representative Honours have so far eluded the 18-year old but he appears focussed, well balanced and seems to know what he wants and how he is best able to achieve it albeit in his first ever interview he is understandably nervous, with more senior players standing around, although he need not be, he holds himself well and considers what he says showing he has the right approach to life and football.
?Mark Rudan, not just because he is the coach, is the person I most look up to as a player although everyone here has helped me to improve along the way and I couldn?t have done any of this without them.
?The dressing room morale is brilliant and everyone supports each other and hopefully that is starting to show in our football on the pitch but I look up to Mark very much.?
Asked about advice he would be able to pass on he replies.
?Simple really, work hard because you will always have setbacks in life but its how you deal with them, learn from them and grow from them that counts.
?Train hard and take the opportunities when they come along.?
Here is a kid who is doing just that but it takes effort and dedication over many years to become an overnight success and even harder work if you want to hit the heights along with an awful lot of luck but with a steady head on young shoulders perhaps we all need to take note and watch this space.
-By Micky Brock