Luvhengo has been working for Safa without a contract for past few months, coaching both Amajimbos and Bantwana whom he took to the World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago recently. Speaking to KickOff.com, the Limpopo-born coach confirmed that Safa has made a commitment to resolve the issue of the contract soon. "It is not good to work without a contract, but hopefully things will be sorted out soon. I got a call from Safa recently which gave an indication that the contract will be sorted out soon." Luvhengo returned back from Argentina with the Under-17 squad on Monday and said he will now give his players a break to concentrate on their exams. "We are not going to be engaged in any activities in the next two months as we want to give the players a chance to concentrate on their exams. We are only going to re-assemble again towards the end of November to prepare for the Zone 6 games that will be held in Swaziland in December," he added.