Bury’s young midfielder Wai-Tsun Dai is set to fly back to England next month to hold talks over his future at the club.
The 18-year old, who is currently in his home country of Hong Kong, managed to make ten appearances for the club in the 2017/18 season and even bagged a goal in a Checkatrade Trophy game against Fleetwood.
However, Bury had a rather torrid season which ended in relegation to League 2.
Despite having to potentially ply his trade in the bottom tier of the EFL next campaign, Tsun Dai is more than happy to remain a Bury player and plans to hold talks with his manager over his future next month.
The midfielder said to the South China Morning Post: “I still have to ponder my future with Bury, although I have signed a three-year contract with the club.
“I will get back to England early next month to talk to the manager as I want to know if I am still in his plans for next season.
“All I need is to get more playing opportunities, either with Bury or any other club, but I still consider my future in England or even Europe, but not Hong Kong.”
The 18-year old previously played for the Bury U18 side before penning a professional deal with the club. Before his move to Bury, the youngster also played youth team football for Championship side Reading.
Tsun-Dai has so far bagged one goal and one assist in his Bury career and if he stays at the club, he’ll no doubt be hoping to add more to that tally in League 2.