Corey Webster is back at the Breakers and ready to prove he's grown up.
Webster's returned to his home club after more than a year away in Perth, Israel and China and while he's got the same scintillating skills, there's something new about him.
After going out of his comfort zone overseas, the 29-year-old is adamant he's learned from his mistakes and ready to lead by example.
"I had some personal things to work on and I think it was best for me to go away at that time and work on myself as a person and my game and I think I've come back better than ever."
He’s now determined on proving just that.
Webster's off-court indiscretions, including his discharge without conviction in an assault case last year, have been well publicised but he's put those firmly in the past.
The guard says his move overseas helped him do move forward.
"It was just something that I had to do.
"This is my life. Basketball is my life and I'm a professional and it's something that had to be done."
Webster and the Breakers begin their season next month at Spark Arena when they host the Brisbane Bullets on Thursday 11 October.