SC Amiens of France striker, Stephen Odey has declared that he is not harbouring any hard feelings towards is parent club, Racing Genk of Belgium and congratulated them for winning the FA Cup last season, megasportsarena.com reports.
Although he admitted he would have loved to have been in the Genk squad that won the Belgian Cup in the past campaign, the product of Mountain of Fire & Miracles Ministry (MFM) FC of Lagos stressed that he is still wishing the club well.
Indeed, Odey is desirous of making a return to the team that still has the Nigerian duo of Paul Ebere Onuachu and Cyriel Dessers, even as they loaned him out to Amiens for the past season, in which he featured prominently in the in the French second division.
Rather than stay pent up or hold malice against the hierarchy at Genk, Odey, who joined the Belgian club two years ago from FC Zurich of Switzerland scored six goals for Amiens last season, declared that he is only concentrating on improving his game for the incoming campaign.
He, however, went on to admit that he is not certain about his future at Genk, though he still has three years left on his contract, as they appear set to ship him out again on loan again, but he insists he will keep working hard to improve his immediate prospects and beyond.
Odey told The Punch newspaper: “At the moment my situation at KRC Genk is still uncertain. Every player wants to win trophies and I am happy that we were able to win the Belgian Cup.
“They are still my team, even though I am unhappy that I was not there when they won the Cup, but I wished them all the best because they are my team.”