Warriors captain Knowledge Musona has revealed that he is not happy with how his team Anderlecht treated him since his arrival a year ago.

The forward saw little game time at the Belgian giants and was sent on a six month loan at Lokeren. He signed a four-year deal and still has three more left on his contract.

In an interview with NewsDay, Musona said that he made a bad move by joining Anderlecht.

“At the moment, I am not thinking about it (returning to Anderlecht). I will think about it after Afcon,” said the 28-year old.

“Last year, I did not play that much and, honestly, I wasted a year of my playing career. I did not enjoy it because of the way I was treated at the club.

“When you are a football player and you go into a team and you are not given a chance, it is always difficult to look forward to the next season because you don’t know what the people are planning for you. That is something I have to think hard about after Afcon.”

Musona says he is open to join a new team and there are reports that other league teams in Belgium and France are monitoring the player.

“I haven’t received any offers as yet because the window just opened and also when I left the season had just ended so we will see what happens. It is a long way to go. I believe if I go to Afcon and play good football for the national team, then the doors will open and other good opportunities may come,” he said.