Siphiwe Tshabalala has once again reiterated his desire to keep playing beyond the current season.
The 35-year-old former Bafana international left Kaizer Chiefs to test himself in Europe with BB Erzurumspor.
But after just a short spell before leaving the Turkish side, and as he keeps fit during lockdown, Tshabalala says he is still on the lookout for a new club.
Speaking to IOL, he said: "I still have goals that I personally want to fulfil. I want to achieve those goals and have fun while I'm still at it.
"I'm just hopeful that the opportunities will still come. Obviously for now, we are still going through difficult times. Hopefully, after this, when things are back to normal, then I'll be back on the field."
The former Free State Stars winger added: "There's no pressure for me (about my next move). I'll decide after lockdown what will happen.
"It is important to remain humble. I've always been like that. I think that has to do with upbringing. I don’t think there's anything that is going to change me."
- TEAMtalk media