Suspended Heartland coach, Nduka Ndubuisi has said he is no longer looking in the direction of the Naze Millionaires to restart his career for the 2013/14 Glo Premier League season.
The former Sharks gaffer was placed on an indefinite suspension by Heartland's management shortly after their Matchday 20 home defeat to oriental neighbours, Enyimba at the Dan Anyiam Stadium, Owerri and was never recalled as the season ended on October 20.
Ndubuisi said he has received offers from few clubs insisted that he is no longer thinking of returning to Heartland, a club he guided to win the 2012 Federation Cup.
“I’m no more thinking of Heartland even if I’m asked to come back. I believe I’ve given my best to them and time has come for me to move on with my life as well as career.
“Some clubs have approached me for the purpose of handling their sides for the upcoming season, discussion is still ongoing as nothing concrete has been agreed.
“I’m weighing up the options available, I’m certain to hook up with a side for the upcoming season but not a return to Heartland.
“I’m certain there is life outside Heartland and that’s what I want to explore to the fullest not wait on a side endlessly to be seen as never-do-well so come next season coach Ndubuisi will be on the bench of a team dishing out instructions.
“I’ve decided to keep the identity of clubs I’m having discussion with under cover until agreement is reached,” said the former Plateau United coach to supersport.com.
Heartland finished the out gone 2012/13 Glo Premier League season on the 11th spot on 52 points.