Monare: I have a job to do for Wits
Thabang Monare says he won't be distracted by talk of his exit from Bidvest Wits as he focuses on securing silverware this season.
The 30-year-old former Jomo Cosmos midfielder will need to find a new club next term after the Clever Boys were sold to Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila.
But with Wits still in the race for the Absa Premiership and in the semi-finals of the Nedbank Cup, Monare says his priorities lie squarely on helping Wits end the season on a high note.
Speaking to the Citizen, Monare, who has previously been linked to Kaizer Chiefs, said he doesn't know what his future holds.
He said: "At this point I am just focusing on playing for the team.
"I don't know where I will end up next season but I still have games to play for Wits and that is my main focus."
Wits are ten points adrift of current Premiership leaders Chiefs, but with a game in hand.
Monare continued: "That is one advantage that we have. But we still have to go onto the field and play for those points.
"It has been frustrating, sitting at home, not doing anything. We started training and have been enjoying it, but we were also training without any idea when we would play.
"Now we know, it is great we will be playing and we are looking forward to it."