Mosimane's contract with Sundowns is set to expire in June this year and he has not yet put pen to paper despite indicating he wants to stay.
'Jingles' now reveals he has complied with everything the club required in order to be offered a new and improved deal.
"I don't know, it's a tough one that one," he said after his side's CAF Champions League elimination at the hands of Al Ahly on Saturday.
"Remember I said earlier that 80 percent of the clause of the contract has been agreed. I have complied to the 100 percent. I have complied to what Sundowns wanted. I have complied.
"I am waiting for Sundowns now. You can ask Sundowns. I have complied. The ball is in Sundowns' court, not in my court. There is no more 'what is left, what is left'. I am here. I want to be here. I hope I am here.
"But I don't know. We will see. It's not me. Please don't put it on me. I am sorted now. I have complied with everything. It's on the other side, not my side."
Mosimane won the Telkom Knockout earlier this season and is now competing for the Absa Premiership and Nedbank Cup, where his team has reached the quarter-finals.
The Brazilians recently already handed skipper Hlompho Kekana a new four-year contract.