National defender Carlyle Mitchell has completed his contract with Seoul E-Land FC in South Korea and is on the search for a new club for the 2017 season.
The former Vancouver Whitecaps player has been a regular in the T&T team, scoring two goals in back-to-back appearances, with two clinical headers in the 3-1 loss to Honduras and the 3-1 victory over Nicaragua last week in Managua.
“I felt great coming off two goals in two matches for the national team.
“My confidence has been good as we headed into the these Gold Cup qualifiers which are very important matches for the team, the coaching staff and players,” Mitchell said.
“Once the Suriname game is out of the way, now we have to focus on Haiti.
“The coach has put down his feet and trying to set an example for the team.
“After that we have the two qualifiers in March but I don’t want to think that far ahead as yet.
“We can be strong at home for those two games against Panama and Mexico and I believe we can get the results in those matches to get ourselves back in the race.”
Mitchell spoke about his club situation, saying: “My two year contract was up in December.
“We didn’t come to a new agreement so we part ways but my agent is working on some things at the moment and pretty soon I should know what’s next for me.”