University of Pretoria captain Tebogo Monyai is confident that he still has two or three seasons left in his legs, explaining to the Siya crew that he still has something to offfer to PSL football.
This comes after the crew discovered that his contract with the club expires at the end of June this year. However, indications coming out of the club is that he could be given a role within the AmaTuks' management, should he not be offered a new deal.
The Tzaneen-born player has featured 19 times for Tuks this season, which be believes is evidence that he has still got what it takes to play at the highest level of South African football.
“It would be nice to know about my future whether today or tomorrow but I will know soon. There was speculation that I’m retiring this and that, but as it is now, I’m still committed to University of Pretoria. We’ve come a long way with the club and we’re like a family now you know. Before we can decide on things, we decided to give some time to think over it.
“We don’t have enough centre backs at the moment and some players will be released so we’ll see what comes out of the talks. I still have the legs to continue for another two seasons or three but I’d like to go for another 12 months, not more than that. The club will see where and how will they benefit from me. I’ve played 19 games including cup games this season and at my age, I think that’s a good record,” said the 34-year-old defender.
Monyai played for the Tshwane-based outfit from 2001 until 2005, he then joined Moroka Swallows and Mpumalanga Black Aces, before re-joining the club in 2010.