The midfielder recently left AAMI Park for the UAE.
Ex-Melbourne Victory midfielder Billy Celeski admits he would like to end his career at the A-League club.
The 28-year-old recently brought an end to his five-year spell at AAMI Park, where he racked up 91 appearances, after signing a one-year deal with UAE Pro-League side Al-Shaab, already linking up with his new employers at their training camp in Italy.
It’s thought his performances in the All-Star match against Manchester United and Victory’s friendly clash with Liverpool persuaded the Commando’s to push through the deal, with the opportunity to test himself overseas one Celeski didn’t have to think twice about before accepting.
But the midfielder, who has one cap for Australia to his name, refused to rule out a return to Victory in the future.
“I’ve spent five years at this club and for Melbourne Victory is definitely home, so eventually when I do decide to come back I’d like to think that that’s definitely my option,’’ he told the Daily Telegraph.
“Playing in front of packed stadiums at home games with the supporters that we’ve got has been fantastic and just the club itself, the facilities, the people, I’ve made some great friends there.
“It’s definitely sad to leave, but I am looking forward to the next chapter.”