Johannesburg - Randers Football Club Mandla Masango admits that he has no interests of returning to the Premier Soccer League (PSL) following a successful maiden season in Denmark.
Masango joined the Danish-based outfit in July last year following his controversial departure from Kaizer Chiefs.
The Bafana Bafana winger wasted no time with showing the European football fraternity what he is capable after being crowned as Randers's Player of the Season.
'Bullet', as he is occasionally known, made a total of 30 appearances and managed to find the back of the net on six occasions in all competitions.
The Kwaggafontein-born midfielder hinted that his ambition is to further his career in Europe and he will not be tempted by any offers from any PSL team.
“No, not at all. I will not consider coming back to the PSL anytime soon,” insisted Masango.
“I still want to stay in Europe and try to go to the highest levels, there are higher levels in Europe and you can’t just go to the Bundesliga and make it.
“You need to first establish yourself and the European football culture.
“Even if another PSL team approach me with a good offer I will not take it because money is not everything.
The 26-year-old also revealed that he did not leave the Phefeni Glamour Boys due to a wage agreement, but instead dismissed it by saying that he will one day tell his side of the story.
“I was just misquoted by the papers claiming that I left Chiefs because of money and that was not true.
“I will write a book one day and I’ll explain my side of the story too because there are also two sides in every stories.”