Chansa, who turns 38 in September, spent this season at Maritzburg on a one year deal that ends in June and is still uncertain of whether he will be offered an extension. "I still feel I can play for another two years because I am still motivated and I still have the energy to fight for my place in any team," says Chansa. "Though I want to continue here at Maritzburg I am not sure if my contract will be renewed. For now I am waiting for management to come back to me. I had a meeting with management the other day and they said they will come back to me and when they said that I didn't want to ask questions because they know what I can did. The club has treated me well and they know where I stand but then I trust they will inform me soon about their decision. "If they decide not to renew my contract then I will not have to move on, the life of a footballer is such that you are always likely to move on. I know that I wasn't the first choice here at Maritzburg but I always gave my best in all the games that I played," adds the former Orlando Pirates keeper. Chansa deputised for Shu-Aib Walters. Despite the season having ended the Congolese keeper has in the meantime remained in Petermaritzburg and will only move to his family base in Cape Town next week after which he will head off to his DR Congo for a week long holiday. Maritzburg have already indicated through their chairman Farook Kadodia that they will not be making major changes to their team.