Malawi international Gabadinho Mhango insists he used the COSAFA Cup to prepare for next season and refuses to talk about his future at Bidvest Wits.
Mhango at the beginning of the tournament revealed his hopes of regaining his place at the Students and is grateful for the platform he had to showcase himself in Durban.
"I'm grateful to have been part of this tournament, I needed game-time since I was struggling last season, which is part of football. I needed this to do my best," he said.
Mhango did not want to comment on his future with Wits amid links to Kaizer Chiefs.
"I don't have any idea about Chiefs, because that's not my job, my agent will work on anything relating to my future," he said. "I'm a Wits player for now."
The attacking midfielder was one of the best players in the tournament but still believes it is not up to him to play regularly in Gavin Hunt's side.
"It's all up to the coach to play me, I'm ready for anything next season," he added. "I'm happy with what I've done here and it was a great tournament for me. Let's hope it will work in my favour."