Uganda national football team coach Mohamed Abbas has said despite offers from other countries and clubs, he will remain coaching the cranes. Cranes' terrific performance at the on going Cecafa Challenge Cup in Kigali, Rwanda has triggered off many offers from countries like Sudan, Ethiopia and Rwanda luring the Egyptian tactician away from Kampala. But Abbas, whose contract expires in ten months time insists he respects his contract and Uganda as a country and he will stay as the national coach as long as Uganda still needs his services. Cue in: iI can't go anywhere# Cue out#no leave these boys.i Abbas also didn't rule out the possibility of extending his current contract to continue his coaching job with the Cranes. The Cranes are unbeaten with 13 goals from the group stages and face hosts Rwanda's Amavubi in a semi-final match today. Cranes Assistant Coach, Sam Simbwa is also said to have had offers from four Rwandan Clubs. He said he will first discuss issue with his family before he can think of considering the offers.