Nigerian international Peter Odemwingie has said that he is not call time on his career yet.
Osaze, who made his debut for the Nigeria national football team in 2002, declared that he is not about to retire from the sport that brought him fame and fortune.
“I’ve not given it too much thought to be honest, and I could remain in sport. But I definitely do want to get some more education. You never know what will happen next in life….do you?,” the Stoke City forward asked when quizzed by duckstoke.co.uk.
The forward is now setting his sights on a successful season with the Potters after he was keep on the sideline for almost eight months by knee injury.
“I was always surprised how quickly Stoke fans took to me. I came here and fans saw I was really happy with the move.
“Everything about the club was right for me. The reception I had that day at comeback game was truly amazing.
“Ryan Shawcross has been here a number of years and even he said at training during the next week that he had not heard anything quite like it,” he said.