Ondrej Duda admits he will have to consider his future if his situation at Hertha BSC doesn't improve.
|Ondrej Duda.||Photo: Steindy, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0|
Since Jürgen Klinsmann took over as Hertha BSC coach at the end of November, Ondrej Duda has been limited to just one appearance.
Speaking about his current role in an interview with the Berliner Kurier, the 25-year-old admits he will have to consider his future if he doesn't get more first-team action.
"Of course I have to think about it. I won't wait for someone who doesn't want you. Then I'm just wasting my time," Duda said and added:
"Hertha have given me a lot. But I have also achieved a lot. I want to continue to do so. It's how you handle your players that counts."
When Hertha face Gladbach on Saturday, Duda could potentially start instead of Marko Grujic, who is suspended, but the 25-year-old isn't expecting to be in the line-up.
"Sure, I want to play, but I have no hope that I will," he said.
Duda has been left out of the squad for Hertha's last two games.