CAPS United skipper, Phineas Bamusi, has dismissed reports linking him with a move away from Makepekepe.
He insists he is happy at the club despite their financial challenges.
The 31-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to Manica Diamonds, Simba Bhora or Triangle United.
“There are never any guarantees in football, and I believe that one of these days I’m going to leave CAPS United, but not now,” said Bamusi.
“My heart is still with the club. I have been receiving offers, but I think I still owe this club a lot considering what we have gone through in the just-ended season.”
The Green Machine survived a relegation scare towards the end of the campaign by winning some crucial games. They finished the season 11th on the Castle Lager Premiership table.
Bamusi conceded that it was a season to forget and said he was disappointed he failed to meet some personal targets.
“Everyone can agree that our supporters were in pain for the better part of the campaign.
“And, it’s a mockery for the brand which we represent to be seen celebrating surviving relegation.
“But, with what was at hand, I think everyone played their part and personally I believe I could have done better.”
“My personal objective was to get onto the Soccer Stars list like I did last season.
“However, things don’t always go according to plan, but I’m sure next season we will do our best to relive the good old days.
“I would also like to thank the fans who stood by us in our darkest moments.
“We know the pain we caused along the way and we are forever grateful for their unconditional support.” Some CAPS United players are believed to be heading out.
William Manondo, who finished as the league’s top goal-scorer, is said to be on the verge of joining Dynamos.
Blessing Sarupinda, Marshall Machazana, Devon Chafa, Ian Nyoni, Joel Ngodzo, Tonderai Mateyaunga and Thulani Joseph, are some of the players being linked with other teams.