UTILITY player Pita Bolaitoga (pictured centre) has returned to join Papua New Guinea champion club Hekari United Football Club and has told Fiji Daily Sports that he was still undecided on which district to play for this season.
The former Ba and Navua midfielder was earlier linked with his home town Labasa after ending his contract with Navua.
He said he would be in Port Moresby until March when the PNG National Soccer League challenge ends before returning to join the district of his choice.
He left Fiji for PNG on Monday and would be back in March.
Bolaitoga said after watching Lautoka win over Navua at the TFL National Stadium in the CvC series.
“I have been asked by my club officials to return and help the club earn a spot for the next O-League,” he said.
“I play at centre back for Hekari together with Lorima Dau (Fijian).”
Bolaitoga admitted he had been training with Labasa but was still unsure on which team he will play for.
“My dream is to end my career with Labasa but I will see. I have so far enjoyed my stint with Ba and Navua,” he added.
Meanwhile, Dau has severed ties with Hekari and has been seen in the Blues colour this season.
Ba’s Tuimasi Manuca is the only other Fijian now still playing for the PNG champions.