AmaZulu FC central midfielder Michael Morton says he would love to extend his contract with the KwaZulu-Natal giants.
The hard-working player joined Usuthu on a season-long deal from SuperSport United prior to the start of the current 2017/18 campaign.
Morton has established himself as one of AmaZulu’s key players having made 16 appearances in the Absa Premiership for the club.
With his deal with SuperSport is set to expire at the end of the campaign, Morton has stated that he is open to extending his stay at Usuthu.
“I am free at the end of the season. So there is no matter of AmaZulu speaking to SuperSport,” Morton said.
“It’s just sort of me sorting things out with AmaZulu. I hope I will get to some agreement and some sort of conclusion very soon.
The former Orlando Pirates academy player is enjoying playing under Usuthu head coach Cavin Johnson.
“I am very happy here. AmaZulu are a very nice club. My family is really happy here in Durban,” the 28-year-old said.
“I am happy to play for Cavin. I am enjoying my football, I am happy.”
Morton, who is a defensive midfielder by trade, has netted once for Usuthu this season. He scored against his former side Bidvest Wits last September.
Usuthu went on to secure a 3-0 win over the defending league champions at the King Zwelithini Stadium.Share