The midfielder – whose contract with Bucs runs out at the end of June – is considering transferring to another club where he will be assured of more game-time. Speculation that the 28-year-old is likely to cross the floor and join Kaizer Chiefs was heightened by the appointment of Stuart Baxter as the new coach of Amakhosi. Baxter coached Chansa during their days at Swedish club Helsingborgs IF, after Chansa left Pirates in 2007. But Pirates have expressed an eagerness to retain the services of the experienced player as they ponder the increasing possibility of losing Andile Jali, who has caught the eye of English clubs. "Isaac Chansa is still our player," declares Orlando Pirates spokesperson Mickey Modisane. "We will have a meeting with him when the players report back next week. It is likely to become clear whether or not there is any interest in the player. "For now, Chansa is on our books. We will treat reports linking him to other clubs as rumours until we sit down with him," adds Modisane. Chansa – who played a key role in Zambia's Africa Cup of Nations triumph – expressed frustration at being left out of the Bucs starting line-up on several occasions last season.