Terengganu’s main striker Abdul Manaf Mamat has revealed he has no intention of quitting the east coast side and that he is fully committed to the Turtles.
The 25-year-old player said Terengganu is the only team he has ever turned out for and owes them a lot for providing him with the platform to grow as a footballer.
“Yes, there were several offers but I have rejected them all because my heart is still with Terengganu,” the former international told Harian Metro.
“Anyway, I still have contract with the Turtles for another year.”
The Kampung Nibong born player joined Terengganu when he was 19 years old and has 4 caps for the Malaysian national team. He was also part of the Malaysia Under-23 squad that won the 2009 SEA Games football gold medal in Vientiane, Laos.