Wexler, the son of former Hellenic player Brian, was previously with Ajax Cape Town and the Old Mutual Academy. He can play either on the right or in a more central position.
The 19-year-old says he would like to move to get more time on the pitch.
"I am in search of first team opportunity, and with a new coaching staff with new ideas in place [at Maritimo], I don't see it happening," he tells KickOff.com. "I also share the same situation with a couple of other African players within the club."
Wexler was selected for the South Africa Under-20s for the recent 8-Nations tournament in Cape Town.
"I am still in South Africa and am looking for a deal here to further my career," he says. "Obviously my sights are still set on a return to Europe as I now know what is expected of me.
"I hold the PSL in high regard and feel the standard is very good and would be a good challenge."
With the end of the transfer window fast approaching, Wexler says he has not approached any clubs yet, but looks to be leaving Maritimo on a free transfer.
"I have not made myself available or approached any clubs as yet; however I have discussed with Maritimo that I be let go on a free transfer if any club comes with an offer as they fully understand my situation. So I am now hoping to find a club in South Africa."
Wexler joined Maritimo in January and represented their youth side. He missed most matches this season, owing to injuries and a delayed registration, but took part in three official games and four friendlies, managing to score three goals and lay on five assists.