WARRIORS midfielder Pasca Manhanga says he is committed to signing a new contract at Premier Soccer League side Triangle.
The player, who was part of the senior national team that came fourth at the recently-ended African Nations Championships in South Africa, dismissed claims that he was linked with a move to fellow Premiership side Highlanders ahead of the upcoming season.
Manhanga was instrumental in his side’s debut season in top-flight football in the country last year which saw his side ending the season in a respectable seventh position.
“I am committing myself to Triangle, the coach (Biggie Zuze) talked to me today (yesterday) and l assured him that l am going to sign a new deal. Even the club’s executive phoned me the day l arrived from South Africa.
“My contract had expired, but l am very sure l’m going to sign another one this year. l am looking forward to working with the new players and l’m going to give my best to the team and also to continue working hard,” he said.
“My wish is also to continue to be part of the national team and for me to do that l need to continue working hard as l did last year. I would also like to thank (sacked coach) Gishon Ntini for the work he did for the team after we ended the season in a respectable position,” he added.