The 29-year-old was suspended bu the club in February for unknown reasons, but did return to take his place on the bench in the final game of the campaign against Cape Town City last weekend.
He still has a year remaining on his current deal and is ready to honour it if the clubs wants to keep him, but admits he is still baffled as to why he was sideliend this campaign.
"My contract has one year left," Mncwango tells KickOff.com. "At the moment I'm focused on my time with the club. I will respect whatever decision they take, we haven't talked about contract issues or about being released from the club."
Mncwango says he has made peace with the fact that he was suspended by the club.
"That's in the past now, it's a closed chapter to me. I don't know [why he was suspended], no reason was given to me. I was just told that I was suspended and I was even given a letter that confirmed the suspension, but it didn't explain why I was suspended.
"But If there's one thing I really learned from this situation it is about being strong. The way I was commited at training, you would have thought I was going to be used in our next game.”
Mncwango netted three goals in 15 Premier Soccer League starts this season, but scored 13 in 22 starts in the campaign before that.