Columbus Crew and Sierra Leone forward, Kei Kamara wants to back-up his outstanding goal scoring season in the U.S Major League Soccer (MLS) by grabbing a silverware for his club.
The former Norwich and Middlesbrough striker is currently enjoying what is said to be his best season yet of his career after scoring his 19th and 20th goals of the season in Saturday’s 2-1 win over the Philadelphia Union.
“I don’t know what’s going to happen next year or the year after that. I’m just here, and I’m going to keep doing well. I want to win something. If it’s the MLS Cup coming up and I am making a run for that, then I am really excited to have come back to the MLS,” the striker told the MLSsoccer.com.
Wither his future lies in the MLS; the forward said: “I haven’t really thought about that,” I’m really happy to be back in the league and be back in Columbus and scoring goals. Really, I’m doing what I planned to do. I planned to come back and perform the way I’m performing at the moment, so I’m really happy about that. But I can’t close doors.