Bechem United head coach, Manuel Zacharias has refused to confirm whether he will be staying at the club after guiding them to win a historic FA Cup final against Okwuhu United on Sunday.
The Portuguese manager has been in-charge for only four months and has advanced his CV with the Cup success against Okwawu United after a 2-1 victory.
The club will struggle to hold onto the tactical gifted coach who has improved the club drastically.
Zachariah is expected to lead the club in the 2017 CAF Confederation Cup qualifiers but his response will be a concern for his employers.
“I have carved a good side for Africa. My players are the best I have ever worked with and it makes me feel secured. For now, I can tell my future whether I will be staying or not,” Zachariah told the media.
“Football is played with the brains and not how strong one is or names. When I leave and a manager takes charge of Bechem United, he will have the best side to work with."
Bechem have won their last four league matches and are just one win away from confirming their Premier League status.