Polokwane City star Thobani Mncwango is unsure over his future at the club
Posted: 13 May 2016 Time: 19:12
Thobani Mncwango says he is unsure whether he will still be at Polokwane City next season with his contract due to expire in June and the club having made no move to exercise their two-year option.
The 28-year-old has plundered 12 goals this season, 10 of them since January, to be the leading striker in the PSL in the second half of the campaign.
That tally is boosted by the four goals he netted against SuperSport United as City romped to a 4-1 success at the start of the year.
“My contract ends this season, though the club does have a two-year option to extend it. They have not yet spoken to me about whether they will though,” Mncwango told KickOff.com.
He says he is relaxed about his future though and will take things as they come.
“If the club wants me to stay, that is fine. But if they don’t, that is OK also. That’s football,” he says.
“I am ready for another challenge if I have to leave the team. I will be happy to take on something new and am ready for anything. Either way, stay or go, I will be happy.”
Mncwango has an outside chance of finishing top-scorer in the PSL this season as he trails leader Collins Mbesuma of Mpumalanga Black Aces by two goals and is one behind Jeremy Brockie from SuperSport United.
City are away at Bloemfontein Celtic in their final league game of the season on May 21.