Heracles Almelo long-standing midfielder Kwame Quansah wants to seek a new challenge elsewhere after a ten-year stint with the club.
GHANAsoccerne.com revealed last month that the Dutch side was considering the future of Quansah and compatriot Mathew Amoah.
Club officials revealed they will decide whether to renew their contract or otherwise at the end of March after appraising themselves of their performance.
However the 31-year-old is keen to leave the side before he is pushed out after seeing limited opportunities at the club.
“I hope there will be a great club elsewhere looking for me. It would be a shame if it ends this way,” is quoted by Tubantia
“I feel fit. I am strong, a winner and wants to play and I can’t stand it here at Heracles.
Quansah is one of the longest serving players at the club having joined in 2004 and played 239 matches and scored 26 goals.