Mohammed Anas achieved what he set out to at Free State Stars with Nedbank Cup triumph
Posted: 30 May 2018 Time: 21:00
Free State Stars striker Mohammed Anas is getting restless as he awaits clarity on his future.
The Ghanaian, who scored six times and provided two assists for the Nedbank Cup champions in 2017/18, is unsure if Stars plan to exercise an option on his contract.
Either way, Anas says he achieved the initial goal he set when joining Ea Lla Koto in January 2017.
"They have not given us a break yet, we are still here," Anas told KickOff.com.
"I still got an option here. I think the team needs to tell me what to do because they got an option here at the team and it's not up to me yet, so I don't know.
"Personally, I think ... because my purpose when I first came here was to win a cup and it has just come true, so I'm happy and I'm glad to be part of a Stars team that won the Nedbank. Ja, I did what I came here for.
"I want to fight more because personally I don't think I have achieved something yet. So I want to fight more to achieve whatever I want to achieve, understand?
"I'm still a Free State Stars player but, like I told you, I got options here. But I think I'm available to speak to any team if a team approaches me."
The former Maritzburg United man said he has not been contacted by any club regarding his services.