Mutero, who is based in England, is feeling homesick and would like to be closer to Zimbabwe, according to The Herald. "Basically, I'm courting Kaizer Chiefs to come and get me because I'm homesick. I want to be near my family in Zimbabwe for at least two years. So I want to come and play football in South Africa for one of the big teams of all (Kaizer) Chiefs. It is a big surprise for everyone because they think when you are playing in England everything is good but I really miss my family so I want Chiefs to come and get me," Mutero says. The 18-year-old left Zimbabwe to settle in England in 2004, after the death of his father and was until recently on the books of English Championship side Reading. Mutero is currently training with English Premiership side Queens Park Rangers but he has instead set his sights on joining forces with Amakhosi. He is reportedly represented by Nojan Bedroud, who has links to Carlos Tevez. All of Chiefs' foreign players are Zimbabweans – Tinashe Nengomasha, Thomas Sweswe, Jimmy Jambo, Lincoln Zvasiya and Willard Katsande. However, Nengomasha is registered as a South African after more than five years in the country which opens up space for another foreign signing. Amakhosi' football manager Bobby Motaung couldn't immediately be reached for comment.