Former Australia international Ryan Griffiths has agreed to join Hong Kong club South China according to a report.
FourFourTwo has reported that the 34-year-old attacker will move to the East Asian nation after spending this season with Sarawak FA in the Malaysian Super League.
Griffiths, who previously aldo had spells in the Chinese Super League with Liaoning, Beijing Guoan and Beijing Baxy, revealed that he has no plan to retire in the near future.
“I’m still feeling fit and I don’t think it’s time for me to hang them up yet,” he said. “I haven’t really thought about that actually. I still feel good, I’m finishing games and scoring goals.
“They’re the main things, once you start slowing down and doing that then that’s when you have to think about hanging them up.
“Until I feel pain after games or like I can’t do it anymore, that’s when I’ll be done. But not even thinking about that at the moment.”
The Sydney-born forward has made eight appearances for the Socceroos since making his debut in 2006. His lastest international appearance was in 2008 in a friendly game against Singapore.