April 26, 2016 By: Sahr Morris Jr.
Sierra Leone midfielder, Mohamed Medo Kamara, says his options open are open for another move to any top flight league across Europe.
The midfielder, who said he is currently enjoying his football again since returning to HJK Helsinki on a short term deal, did not rule out a possible contract extension with the Finnish giant or moving abroad again like he did during the 2010 summer.
“If I want to stay and the club wants to keep me of course I will continue. But if I can get the best of an offer, which feels better I will grab it,” Kamara told Finland based media, Yle.fi
He added: “Finland is my home. And even if I would go away again, I come back if I have the chance. This place is like home for me. I do not want to play elsewhere than in Finland HJK States. I have a great relationship with the fans, and the Executive Director. When I returned, the fans took me mightily again and I am really proud and I am also proud I am playing for HJK.”
The 28-year-old had an unsuccessful spell at the Macron Stadium, Bolton, under former boss Neil Lennon. He was a regular when he first joined the club on a three years deal under boss Dougie Freedman, making 53 appearances and scored a goal.
He was loaned to Israeli club Maccabi Haifa under Lennon and was sent again on loan to another Israeli side Maccabi Haifa before he was finally shipped out, only to re-join HJK Helsinki.