Jacques Tuyisenge has cleared the air on his recent trip to the States that left a section of Gor Mahia fans pondering about his next move.
The Rwandan international flew to the USA after Gor Mahia’s Caf Confederation Cup match against USM Alger, a trip that fueled speculations that he might join Godfrey Walusimbi on the exit door from K’Ogalo.
“I went to attend a wedding of my brother and not a trial,” Tuyisenge who jetted back into the country early in the week said.
K’Ogalo’s top scorer with 13 league goals, also committed his loyalty to Gor Mahia, with whom he still has a contract until 2020.
The Rwandan striker, however, is not ruling out any chance of walking out of the deal if a better offer comes knocking on the door.
“Right now, football is business and if a club is interested in my services and they can agree on terms with Gor Mahia, and the club agrees to sell me, then it will be fine.
"But for me, am still a Gor Mahia player because there are so many things I still want to achieve with the club.”
Gor Mahia have already secured the league title and Dylan Kerr might not rush the player into action as he recovers from an injury.