The Stoke City forward Osaze Odemwingie has revealed that the current English Premier League season might be his last for the potters.
The 34-year-old striker while speaking with newsmen said: “This is maybe my last season or last but one season, in the Premier League and so I appreciate the game time more than ever.”
Osaze has been sidelined with a hamstring injury but has his sights set on Stoke’s third round FA Cup clash against League One outfit Doncaster Rovers on January 9, 2016 to make his long-awaited comeback.
Reacting however after his team’s 2-0 victory over Manchester City over the weekend, said the Potters enjoyed their Christmas party in London on Saturday night as they celebrated their 2-0 win over Manchester City a few hours earlier.
“This is the best dressing room in my career and we had a great Christmas do after the win.
“Some people said they (Manchester City) weren’t energetic enough and had injuries, but it was still Manchester City. We are flying and I’m happy for the team.”
Osaze joined Stoke from Cardiff City in the January 2014 transfer window and was out for eight months after he ruptured cruciate ligaments in a league game against Manchester City in August 2014.
Osaze, however signed a new one-year deal with the Potters in July 2015.