Tlou Segolela says he hasn't retired from football and is open to offers from Absa Premiership or GladAfrica Championship teams.
The experienced former Bafana Bafana winger is still just 32-years-old but is currently not playing.
He left Orlando Pirates after six years and over 100 caps before joining Platinum Stars in 2015 and last turned out in the PSL in 2017.
A move to Polokwane City Rovers in the ABC Motsepe League followed but speaking to KickOff, Segolela explained his situation.
He said: "I'm still around man, I'm not playing but I'm still involved in football with ABC Motsepe League team Polokwane City Rovers. I'm a football manager there.
"This is football. It's all about opportunities. If you no longer get them, it is what it is. It also doesn't have a duration; it can happen any time."
He added: "I don't have any regrets; I've done my part and sometimes you have to accept that football is all about opportunities and needs of the club more than players.
"I haven't retired, I'm still available to play for any club. It can either be Absa Premiership or GladAfrica Championship, as long as I'm getting any opportunity to play because football is my life."
- TEAMtalk media