"My preparation for the games has also gone to plan and hopefully I will be able to make it count at the games."
Mohamad Nuzul Azwan, whose father, Ahmad Temizi Harun, introduced him to the sport at the age of 13, has been in fine form in recent seasons.
Competing against a formidable field, he took silver at the Confederations Cup in Jian, China earlier this month and bagged a bronze at the World Championships in Marseille, France last year.
His success at the World Championships subsequently saw him crowned as the Selangor Men's Athlete of the Year in June.
He, however, stressed that the competition at the Games will not be a walk in the park with players from Thailand set to pose the biggest threat to Malaysian hopes.
"I believe the level of competition at the Sea Games has not changed much from when I last competed (2009).
"Thailand will be strong but Cambodia and Vietnam also have quality in their sides and will also be a factor."
The national team are undergoing their final pre-Sea Games training camp in Kuala Selangor and will leave for Myanmar on Dec 9.