Singapore international goalkeeper Hassan Sunny has extending his contract with the Thai Premier League club Army United for another two years.
The 31-year-old shot-stopper has become a favourite with the fans following his impressive performance since joining the Gentleman Rangers from S-League side Warriors FC earlier this year.
“In the first three months in Thailand, it was very difficult to adapt to the environment, and it took me some time, but I’m glad everything went well,” said the 2014 S-League Player of the Year.
“It’s all down to the coach. Even at my club, even though I’m a foreign player, it doesn’t automatically mean I’m the first choice.
“I’m not worried or thinking about that (club situation). It’s the same even here in Singapore, I just work my socks off.”
Hassan also gave an encouragement for two young Singaporean goalkeepers Izwan Mahbud and Zaiful Nizam to follow his path in playing abroad.
“Izwan and Zaiful could do well in Thailand too… For me, it was all down to hard work,” he concluded.