In-form Super Eagles striker, Paul Onuachu has admitted that he is still hopeful of playing in one of the big top flight leagues after years of consistency.
Onuachu has been a nightmare for goalkeepers in front of goal in his time at Genk and already scoring 14 goals in 16 matches this season.
The 28-year-old has scored 82 times for KRC Genk in 121 times, becoming the second top goal scorer in the Club’s history.
“I score a lot, I like being here. But: if there is an interesting offer this winter or next summer, we will look at it together with Genk. Because I still dream of playing in a big league”, he told HLN.
“Who knows, anything can happen in football. But I’m still very happy at KRC Genk and I don’t necessarily have to leave.
“You should be happy with what you have and not think about what you don’t have. If there is concrete interest in the future, we will talk and then we will see.”
Onuachu also regretted not leaving Genk after emerging top scorer in Belgium three seasons ago.
“I saw players make a transfer who had proved less than me,” he further told HLN.
“There were talks, but nothing really concrete. Was it difficult that I didn’t get away? Yes, but it is what it is.
“I have done more than other players who have made a transfer. And yet it still hasn’t happened. But I believe God’s timing is the best.”