Myziane Maolida spoke to the media after Sunday's 1-1 draw at Livingston. Here's everything he had to say after the final appearance of his loan spell...

You've done a lot for Hibs the last few months, but what have Hibs done for you?

“It’s been a very good time for me. Everything was not perfect, but I’ve tried my best. We tried for the top six, but didn’t get there. We gave the maximum, but it was not enough. For me, I am happy because I helped the team with goals and assists.”

How different is your mood now compared to January and not playing at Hertha?

“It’s changed a lot. I was with the second team at Hertha Berlin, and I was very sad, it was bad in my head. These six months with Hibs have given me a lot for my career, for everything. I am grateful to the club and the coaches, Nick, all the staff and now Dave.”

Has it made you smile again?

“Yes. I’ve played every game and tried to enjoy it, play my football with my qualities. I tried my best and I’m really happy to play for Hibs.”

Do you feel you've proved a point in your time here?

“Yes, but I also proved to myself that I can play many games, score goals and help a club like Hibs.”

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Have there been any frustrations for you?

“I was disappointed and sad for the top six, but that’s football. The 1-1 against Motherwell was very difficult, but it’s like this in football sometimes and you have to accept it, keep working and keep moving forward.”

What happens now –  will you speak to Hertha?

“I have to see with Hertha what is happening. I think it’s clear that I want to leave Hertha so I will see for the future.”

Any contact with them while you were here?

“I haven’t had contact but my agent has had contact with the sporting director.”

The Hibs fans would love you to stay - is there any chance that could happen?

“I don’t know for the future, you’ll have to see with Ben [Kensell] and the new director [Malky Mackay]! It’s not for me to say something. I just tried my best here to help the team, show everybody I can play many games without injuries, and play with a good mentality. I’m happy.”

If Hibs made you an offer to come back, would you do it?

“I don’t know. I want to play at the highest level I can. I will see what happens in the transfer market. If I have a good opportunity to move, for me it’s logical, I want to play at a high level.”

Would David Gray be a good choice for manager?

“Yes. He can be good because he knows the club – he played for Hibs – and he knows all the players. I think he can help the team to go to the best position.

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Do you have World Cup qualifiers coming up?

“I have two games against Madagascar and Chad, from the 28th May to 11th June.”

Will you be keeping your phone on in case your agent calls?

“Yes, but the transfer market opens later so I will see, I will just enjoy these days and prepare for the next games.”

Whatever happens next, will Hibs always be important to you?

“Yes, very important. I would like to say thank you to all the people at the club, they helped me a lot. I had a warm welcome from all the staff, players and fans. I want to say thank you because I felt very good here and enjoyed my football.”

What was your favourite moment?

“I had many good moments but the first goal against Kilmarnock was good but also the goal against Dundee when we won 2-1.”