Brandon Petersen says he is working hard to secure a team for the current Dstv Premiership campaign.
The former Bidvest Wits goalkeeper was training with Kaizer Chiefs with a view to signing for the 2019/20 runners-up.
Chiefs' appeal against a two-year transfer ban was, however, recently dismissed, meaning Petersen as well as Sifiso Hlanti and Phathutshedzo Nange were left without employment.
While Hlanti has signed for Swallows FC and Nange is close to completing a move to Stellenbosch, Petersen remains without a club.
Speaking to KickOff, he said: "Going there, there was never any certainty and you can't be disappointed. It's football.
"You know football is a funny game. One day you are here and the next day you are there. The only thing you can do is to remain focused and the rest will take care of itself."
He added: "My manager is busy working on something for me. For now, there is nothing concrete. My main aim is to get myself 100 percent fit and then I can take it from there.
"Personally, there is no rush, just one step at a time and just focusing on doing my rehab, and done properly, and then I will take it from there."
- TEAMtalk media