With his contract coming to an end when the current season concludes, Polokwane City midfielder Wiseman Maluleke admits that his desire is to remain at the club.
Maluleke has grown from strength to strength since joining from Jomo Cosmos three seasons ago and has been licked with few clubs in the Absa Premiership.
The 28-year-old told FARPost that he is unsure of his next move post the national lockdown.
“My wish is to remain at Polokwane City because I feel like I have unfinished business with the club of course if I am offered a deal to remain,” said Maluleke.
“In football nothing is predictable and I am aware of these rumours linking me to different clubs but I am really not moved by those because those are just rumours and lies”
“I am certainly happy with my growth as a footballer so far and I feel I have matured to be more patient since I am also learning from the best that I play around here. So I wish like owe this club a lot and certainly of the chance to stay arise I will take it with both hands,” he said.
Maluleke started his career at Witbank Spurs where he spent two years before joining Ezenkosi before his move to Rise and Shine in 2017.
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