Black Stars Striker, Abdul Majeed Warris has made known of his intention to play in the gulf at some point in his career.
Majeed Warris, 28, who now plays for French Ligue Un side Strasbourg was speaking to French news outlet, GetFrenchFootball when he made this known.
After a difficult spell in Portugal, the Ghanaian striker made a return to France where he signed with Strasbourg but it looks like the Ghanaian has his eyes set on another move in the future.
Majeed Warris said in the interview with the French news outlet;
“For me, I always say this: football is about commitment and happiness. I play games and I am happy. Right now, I’m here, I’m playing games and I’m very happy,” he said
“I’ve got two more contract years left here and then, I don’t know, maybe after one year I’ll be looking to move again – you never know what is going to come next.
“All that I can say is that I just have to work very hard to continue how I’ve started here so that next year will be even better than these few months that I’ve stayed here and you never know what will happen in the future.”
He continued: “But I’m always happy to take on a new challenge in a different place and learn about the culture, maybe somewhere in the Gulf states, somewhere close to Mecca or something like that. I’ve always wanted to take a new challenge and see what happens.
“Right now, I’m here, I’m happy here and I’m doing well. I’m just going to work very hard so that next year will be even better than my first few months here,” he concluded.
Warris was a member of the Black Stars squad that represented Ghana at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.