Ghana international Kevin-Prince Boateng has hinted of a contract renewal talks with Hertha Berlin after steering the club’s relegation survival.
The 35-year-old who rejoined his boyhood club at the start of the season will see his contract elapse in the summer.
Boateng after steering the club to survive relegation in the German Bundesliga has expressed desire to continue his trade with the club ahead of next season.
In an interview, the former Barcelona star disclosed he will hold talks with officials of Hertha Berlin over a possible contract renewal.
Asked if he wants to stay, he said, “Of course, I want to, I will say I am still hungrier and as you saw today, I felt good, so we going to sit down. It is good that when you are in your old age you can sit down and talk to the bosses. Yeah, we definitely going to sit down and make a decision”
Boateng played a huge role in the club’s relegation survival in the Bundesliga.
The 35-year-old started and played 89 minutes as the capital-based side recovered from a first leg defeat to win 2-0 and confirm their stay in the German topflight.
Hertha Berlin, who were down by a goal from Friday’s first leg leveled the scores just four minutes into the game after former Manchester City defender Derdryck Boyata scored.
Marvin Planttenhardt sealed victory with a 63rd minute strike to keep the Old Ladies in the league for another season.
Having rejoined his boyhood club at the start of the season, the experienced midfielder struggled with injuries, limiting him to only 18 appearances this season.