Gor Mahia midfielder Keneth Muguna is non-committal about his future at the club with his contract running out in the next four months.
Muguna has been an integral part of the club since he joined four years ago but his future has been uncertain as the contract runs out.
“For now, iam enjoying the moment. We are fighting for trophies considering we are in the semi-finals of the Betway Cup and are top four in the league. Regarding my contract, I don’t want to get into that,” he said.
He added:”There is still four months to go before my contract runs out and when that time comes I will see what is good for me and the club.”
Muguna joined Gor Mahia from Western Stima in 2017. In the 2016 season, he was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) in the local league after a fine run with Stima.
The player is also delighted about the mood in the Gor Mahia camp which has been uplifted by the nine wins in a row they have picked on the way and believes they are on the verge of something great.
“We have had a good run of results. The mood is great as you can see from the winning streak,” he added.