Andik buoyed by two assists against T-Team

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Andik Vermansah said that it's too early to be thinking about his future at Selangor, but admitted he has received offers from other clubs previously.


BY        ZULHILMI ZAINAL       Follow on Twitter


A once again fully-fit Andik Vermansah wasted no time on making impact for Selangor, providing two assists in their 4-2 win against T-Team in their Super League match on Saturday.

Interviewed by Goal after the match, the Indonesia star said that he is glad to be able to play at peak performance again, and to help the Red Giants record the win. 

"Praise God, I am at 100% fitness. I will always do my best for Selangor.

"Although I did not score, I had two assists which have made me more confident now following my long injury and rehabilitation process.

"I am happy with I did, but I am far from satisfied. I will do better in the next games," said the 25-year old player.

But now his mind is already on their next match, their Malaysia Cup group stage opener against another Terengganu-based side; Terengganu on Tuesday.

"After this it's on to Terengganu in the Malaysia Cup.

"We have the chance to lift the cup this year, as Selangor have the winning mentality in that competition," explained Andik.

We also snuck in a question regarding his future at Selangor, as his contract is supposed to run until the end of the season.

"My main concern now is on the coming matches, there are still a lot of matches to go. The question of my future is a bit too far ahead, but having said that I am loyal to Selangor.

"If there is an offer to extend my stay, I'll stay. I've received may offers from other teams, but my heart is here," he responded.

Selangor vs T-Team match highlights

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