Thabang Monare has finally shed some light on what he expects to happen to his career at the end of the 2019/20 season.
The 30-year-old Bidvest Wits midfielder has been linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs for the past few seasons, and with his current deal at the Clever Boys only left with a one-year option, he says no negotiations have started yet between him and the club.
"Yes it does expire [in June next year] but remember there's still an option [for one more year]," Monare tells KickOff.com.
"It's not like I'm refusing to sit down with the club for negotiations. No negotiations have taken place so far. But me I'm happy here, ngi grand [I'm good] you see. I'm happy with how the team is growing and everything you see.
"So there's no need for them [Wits] to come to me every day to discuss and things like that. I'm very happy here with what I have, the team is a team that's competing. Like honestly it's that situation... other than people talking.
"I'm in a position where I felt like there was no need for us to discuss, already I know the option is going to be exercised you see. So we talked to people in the team and along those lines you can read that you are still part of the team, still in the plans of the team.
"As for me I'm grand, otherwise I was going to raise it. If I was not happy I was going to talk to them. Yes because I feel that's how life is supposed to be you know.
"So I'm happy here. Obviously we are going to talk here and there but I'm happy here. Honestly I wouldn't [mind retiring at Wits]."