Mamelodi Sundowns striker Jeremy Brockie feels he has unfinished business with Masandawana, and hopes they will extend his stay.
After amassing 41 goals in 105 games for SuperSport United, Brockie was highly sought-after and wound up signing for local rivals Sundowns.
However, the New Zealander struggled to replicate the form he enjoyed at Matsatsantsa, scoring only twice in 32 games for Sundowns, and was sent out on loan to Maritzburg as a consequence.
Brockie's current contract with the Chloorkop outfit expires at the end of the season, but they have an option to extend his stay.
"At the moment it's not in my hands. Sundowns have an option and it is up to them whether they extend or decline at the end of May‚" the 32-year-old told TimesLIVE.
"This is my last year but there are still two one-year options.
"Sundowns have the option to extend at the end of May.
"If they extend I will go back there and get my second chance‚ but it's a wait and see situation at the moment.
"They have a good bunch of boys in the change room‚ I won league titles there but the small part is my contribution and I still want to do that."
He added: "I am sort of in a little bit of a lurch at the moment and I am waiting for what type of answer they are going to give me.
"I want to go back there and give it a second chance because the picture I painted in my head before I arrived at Sundowns was a lot different to how it's gone so far.
"So‚ if I do get a second chance hopefully it will be different.
"I feel like I have unfinished business at Sundowns.
"Before I left SuperSport United to go to Sundowns‚ I felt that I would fit in easily and carry on scoring goals like I did since I arrived in South Africa.
"It has been disappointing and frustrating so far but I am determined not to finish my Sundowns career with what the records are saying so far."
- TEAMtalk media