Skacel on his way out
Scottish Premier League,
Hearts winger Rudi Skacel has admitted yesterday's Scottish Cup final win over Hibs was 'probably' his last game for the club.
The Czech winger scored twice as Hearts recorded an emphatic 5-1 win over Edinburgh rivals Hibernian and has now rocked Tynecastle by claiming he may be about to leave the club for the second time.
Skacel, who left Hearts in 2006 after a Cup final win over Gretna, told Sky Sports: "It's the best way to say goodbye with the cup in my hands - 99 per cent it's my last game for Hearts.
"Never say never, but it probably was the last game for me.
"At this moment I don't have anything. I want now to switch off for a couple of weeks and then decide what will be the best for me."
The 32-year-old could be joined in the Hearts departure lounge by manager Paulo Sergio who would not comment on his future after Saturday's historic cup win.
"I don't know if it is my last game, I will see," he said.
"It is not winning the cup or winning the cup that can make me stay or not, there are a lot of things to talk about. The important thing is Hearts."