Bryan Oviedo has revealed that he is committed towards helping Sunderland avoid relegation this season but will consider his future at the club during the summer.
Considering that the Black Cats are a club that is currently a club in disarray, it is hard to fault any player that wants to leave.
The Costa Rican has said that he is currently happy with life at the Stadium of Light despite the fact that his club are currently struggling in the Championship and could face back to back relegations.
He did however admitted that it will be difficult for him to play in League One should Sunderland be relegated.
He told La Nacion as reported by Sunderland Echo: “I have spoken with my representative and, well, I know how difficult it is to leave in January.
“I want to stay in Sunderland at the moment to get out of the situation we are in. I am very happy in this team and I can continue here without problem.
“I have a contract here, but I also know that if I go to the World Cup, then a good performance there can help improve opportunities.
“Now my goal is to have a rhythm to get a good level.”